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whisk·er

 (wĭs′kər, hwĭs′-)
n.
1.
a. whiskers The hair on a man's cheeks and chin.
b. A single hair of a beard or mustache.
2. One of the long stiff tactile bristles or hairs that grow near the mouth and elsewhere on the head of most mammals; a vibrissa.
3. Informal A narrow margin; a hairsbreadth: The candidate lost the election by a whisker.
4. Nautical One of two spars or booms projecting from the side of a bowsprit for spreading the jib or flying-jib guys.
5. Chemistry An extremely fine filamentary crystal with extraordinary tensile strength and unusual electrical or surface properties.

[Middle English wisker, anything that whisks, from wisken, to whisk; see whisk.]

whisk′ered, whisk′er·y adj.

whiskered

(ˈwɪskəd)
adj
having whiskers
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.whiskered - having hair on the cheeks and chinwhiskered - having hair on the cheeks and chin  
unshaved, unshaven - not shaved
Translations
med bakkenbartmed kindskægmed skæg
bajuszospofaszakállas
meî vangaskegg/veiîihár
fúzatýs bokombradami
favorili

whiskered

[ˈwɪskəd] ADJbigotudo

whiskered

whisker

(ˈwiskə) noun
1. in plural a man's moustache, beard and/or sideburns.
2. (usually in plural) one of the long hairs between the nose and the mouth of a cat etc.
ˈwhiskered, ˈwhiskery adjective
miss etc by a whisker
to manage only barely to miss etc.