side whiskers


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side whiskers

pl n
(Hairdressing & Grooming) another name for sideburns

side′ whisk`ers


n.pl.
whiskers worn long and with the chin clean-shaven.
[1805–15]
side′-whisk`ered, adj.
References in classic literature ?
So, after that, Jurgis was known to his "boss" as "Comrade Jurgis," and in return he was expected to call him "Comrade Hinds." "Tommy" Hinds, as he was known to his intimates, was a squat little man, with broad shoulders and a florid face, decorated with gray side whiskers. He was the kindest-hearted man that ever lived, and the liveliest--inexhaustible in his enthusiasm, and talking Socialism all day and all night.
Ah, there was true feminine beauty for one!--a great, generous mouth; lovely, yellow fangs, and the cutest, softest side whiskers! Akut sighed.
Let me see thy letter." He had a stern, square face, with bushy side whiskers and a very questioning eye.
He had a military carriage, however, and regulation side whiskers. There we have the marine.
The cook, a neat man with fair side whiskers, who had been only three years in the ship, seemed the least concerned.
A white cotton sunshade with a cane han dle reposed between his legs, his side whiskers were neatly brushed, his chin had been freshly shaved; and he only distantly resembled the dishevelled and terrified man in a snuffy night shirt and ignoble old trousers I had seen in the morning hanging on to the wheel of the Diana.
The dignified person next him, with short side whiskers and a carefully scraped chin, was, of course, Hamilton.
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Apart from the stylish side whiskers and clay pipes, the period headgear and that primitive crutch, they might be there at Headley Court with Dave Watson.
It's a cafe or inn and there is indeed a lady swooning watched over by a fierce looking military man with big side whiskers and a dramatic, red-lined great coat.
Taid (Grandfather), she would say, showing us a photo of him at work wearing side whiskers and leather apron, worked from six in the morning till six at night.
Add side whiskers to Stephen Murray-Smith and he could have easily played the lead part in a play on the life of Barry.