from The Century Dictionary.
- Wearing whiskers; having whiskers, in any sense.
- Formed into whiskers.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Formed into whiskers; furnished with whiskers; having or wearing whiskers.
- adjective (Zoöl.) Having elongated hairs, feathers, or bristles on the cheeks.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective Possessed of
whiskers; covered in bristles.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective having hair on the cheeks and chin
Sorry, no etymologies found.
A tall, broad-shouldered, black-whiskered man was paying for drinks.
The black-whiskered man and one of his companions arose.
Between the red-whiskered man and the white-hatted man sits Ben Wasson.
Elijah's whiskered face was matted with ice, as were his eyebrows, so that, what of his fur garb, he looked like a New England caricature of Father
"Do you see that red-whiskered man?" he asked, pointing across the ring to the fifth tier of seats on the opposite side.
In Anson's camp, a quarter of a mile on, Tarwater found a slender, red-whiskered young man of thirty cursing over a fire of wet willow wood.
Ray looked at the bill, a smile of temptation lit across his whiskered muzzle.
The currency has been so successful the town ordered a second run of the notes, which bear serial numbers, watermarks and a hologram alongside the whiskered varmint.
A man spoke up, a blue-eyed, blond-whiskered giant of thirty, who abruptly pressed his way into the centre of the crowd.
I waited and watched, till the red-whiskered man turned his head as though addressing the unoccupied seat; and then, in that empty space, I saw the rolling whites of a pair of eyes and the white double-crescent of two rows of teeth, and for the instant I could make out a negro's face.