Definitions

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  • adj. Not wearing spectacles.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ spectacled

Examples

  • As a brunette who wore glasses and read constantly, it started bugging me early on that girls on book covers, no matter how they were described, were blonde and unspectacled.

    New Year, New Season, Same Old WTF

  • 'What!' said Mr Bethany still more angrily, blinking out of his unspectacled eyes; 'has she cut off the gas, then?'

    The Return

  • At staring and saying nothing a barefaced man, unspectacled, starts scratch.

    The Invisible Man

  • She pored over them with unspectacled eyes whenever she mixed a cunning dish; and even Angélique dared not meddle with them, though they were to be part of the girl's inheritance.

    Old Kaskaskia

  • Wheels were laid aside, needles left sticking in the half-finished seams, and many a nose, spectacled and unspectacled, was popped out of the adjoining windows, which had the good fortune to command a view of Mr. Bindloose's front door.

    St. Ronan's Well

  • Wheels were laid aside, needles left sticking in the half-finished seams, and many a nose, spectacled and unspectacled, was popped out of the adjoining windows, which had the good fortune to command a view of Mr. Bindloose’s front door.

    Saint Ronan's Well

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