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- adj. Having a goatee.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. having a small pointed chin beard.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a small pointed chin beard
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NBC News Political Director Chuck Todd, the so-called goateed guru of politics was on C-Span's Washington Journal Sunday morning ahead of the talking head shows.
The feel in the lot surrounding the venue tents is something like that of an outdoor music festival, as hip, goateed pastors wearing trendy jeans and T-shirts try to “reach” their flock of young worshippers.
Let's see - we are now down to one-third more than Apollo to have the ersatz von Braun save goateed face.
Mr. Miller, a goateed musician, conductor and high-powered record producer, was best known for his folksy "Sing Along With Mitch" records and television show in the 1950s and 1960s.
Arab broadcasters showed graphic images of the balding, goateed Gaddafi – wounded, with a bloodied face and shirt – but alive.
The goateed 49-year-old father of five says work is coming back slowly and builders are stumbling over each other to bid on jobs.
The University of Mississippi football team has a new mascot after the controversial goateed Southern planter mascot, dating from 1979, was retired by school officials six years ago.
In Inter's first team the midfielder established a fearsome partnership with Pablo Guiñazú, a goateed, shaven-headed Argentinian whose nomadic career has spanned five countries.
But the goateed guy had a nerdy-edgy Foo Fighters way about him.
Liam was sitting in front of her in a fading green love seat, his goateed mouth yapping back at Topher who sat on the other end of the couch.