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bewhiskered

adjective     /bɪˈwɪs.kəd/ US  /-kɚd/ literary
(of a man) with hair on the lower part or sides of the face (指男士)有絡腮鬍子的 He was a bewhiskered, distinguished-looking gentleman. 他是一位長絡腮鬍子,相貌不凡的男士。 Hair
Translations of “bewhiskered”
in Chinese (Simplified) (指男士)有络腮胡子的…
(Definition of bewhiskered from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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