unbearded

unbearded

(ʌnˈbɪədɪd)
adj
(of a person) having no beard
References in classic literature ?
His second companions, however--they will call themselves his BELIEVERS,-- will be a living host, with much love, much folly, much unbearded veneration.
(35) Instructive in this context is an Etruscan scarab of the Severe Style, dating to the 4th century, that displays "Heracles unbearded (according to the Italic usage), tired, with his head leaning on his right hand; in front of him a fountain that will refresh him flows from the rocks".
(52) Brown has also pointed out the striking iconographical similarity between these images: all three of these submissive figures are shown with stubbled chins, suggestive of a recognised convention for portraying humble submission, despite the religious vocation of each, where priests are conventionally shown unbearded. (53) Interestingly, the image of King Edgar presenting his charter to the beardless Christ in Majesty in the New Minster Charter is shown bearded, as was common in representations of secular rulers, but also prone, as if viewed from above.
Howells, knowing the Austrians would pay scant attention to a $750-a-year unbearded consul, enlisted Motley's help.
A picture of baby Tamerlan with his parents and an uncle reveals nothing of the identity crisis that would soon engulf the Soviet Union: The parents are secular in appearance, the father unbearded; the mother wears a dress with no head scarf; the uncle is in a typical Soviet officer's uniform of the period.
No longer a mature, sensibly clad deity, the god becomes an effeminate, unbearded, curly-haired and scantily clad youth, languishing at a symposion.
Pausanias names several figures depicted in the east pediment, including those in the center who have been identified as follows: Pelops (G, the unbearded male) and Hippodameia (K) on one side of a centrally placed Zeus (H); Oinomaos (I, who is bearded) and his wife Sterope (F) on the other (Figs.
Sanjeev wants to throw away the Christian icons Twinkle finds; she wants to enshrine them, arguing that their presence makes the house "blessed." These were mostly campy religious icons that included a white porcelain effigy of Christ, a 3-D postcard of Saint Francis, a framed "paint-by-number" of the three wise men, a tile trivet of a blonde "unbearded" Jesus delivering a sermon, electric switch plates decorated with biblical scenes, and a lawn statue of the Virgin Mary.
Kate Waddington announces the arrival of a new (unbearded) face in Newmarket
Knauer (18-19) argues that the central pair of wrestlers also consists of a bearded and unbearded figure (although the face of the latter is partly obscured), with the younger wrestler gaining a superior hold over his rival.
It has been filled with the portrait of the emperor Claudius who, unbearded and boyish, looks feminine enough.
At 24, an as yet unbearded Farley Mowat was a burned-out case.