Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Having no beard, in any sense; beardless.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Not having a beard, beardless.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Another Christian sarcophagus has on it the multiplication of loaves, the denial of Peter, and a representation of Christ unbearded, which is the earliest form.

    In Troubadour-Land A Ramble in Provence and Languedoc

  • Introduce him to all kinds of people—male and female, tall and short, old and young, bearded and unbearded, from different racial backgrounds.

    30 Days to a Well-Mannered Dog

  • Abdul Ahad reports that there are unbearded Taliban walking around Kabul unmolested.

    Know Your Enemy | ATTACKERMAN

  • Not that I've anything against Stuart - he's a fine reader and a great writer - but listening to a bearded, male Scot reading the most embarrassing bit of a sex scene, written in first person from an English, (unbearded) female perspective, takes some getting over, I can tell you.

    The Man At The End Of The Bed

  • Introduce him to all kinds of people—male and female, tall and short, old and young, bearded and unbearded, from different racial backgrounds.

    30 Days to a Well-Mannered Dog

  • Introduce him to all kinds of people—male and female, tall and short, old and young, bearded and unbearded, from different racial backgrounds.

    30 Days to a Well-Mannered Dog

  • Not that I've anything against Stuart - he's a fine reader and a great writer - but listening to a bearded, male Scot reading the most embarrassing bit of a sex scene, written in first person from an English, (unbearded) female perspective, takes some getting over, I can tell you.

    The Man At The End Of The Bed

  • But that is too long an argument for this mere unbearded youth of a footnote.

    The Story

  • But that is too long an argument for this mere unbearded youth of a footnote.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • As yet unbearded, his dark, thin hair falling to his ears, Higginson was nice looking; he dressed conventionally, and he had grit.

    'White Heat: The Friendship of Emily Dickinson and Thomas Wentworth Higginson'

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