There is a bespectacled born-again waving his hands in the air.
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I remember a small, bespectacled man with a kindly nature, more poet than professor.
Inside New York’s New Four Freedoms Park: A Private Tour Lynn Sherr September 22, 2012
The slight, bespectacled 20-something knew the neighborhood better than I did or any diplomat at the American Embassy.
Send in the Marines—and the Anthropologists too? John Kael Weston August 22, 2013
Or maybe the bespectacled ex-“Dear Leader” was just a really big South Park fan.
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The seizing of an American reporter was only a matter of time, and the bespectacled and disheveled Ostrovsky was a prime target.
Putin’s Men in Ukraine Seize U.S. Journalist Jamie Dettmer April 22, 2014
Stout and bespectacled, he proved a delightful guest and Dr. Austin displayed a gift for comic songs that brought the house down.
The Forbidden Trail Honor Willsie
Then she favored the bespectacled driver with a surprised stare.
Ruth Fielding In the Red Cross Alice B. Emerson
The train had not quite halted when the door was torn open, and a bespectacled, red-faced officer glared in.
The Day of Wrath Louis Tracy
The superintendent proved to be a woman, shrewd, keen-faced, and bespectacled.
The Long Day Dorothy Richardson
Scott, are you going to take all those sausages and muffins, you bespectacled ruffian!
The Danger Mark Robert W. Chambers
1742, past participle adjective from be- + spectacles.
wearing a wig. Contemporary Examples Someone like Alexander Nemorov might say that they are really portraits of bewigged heads about to roll. Let Them Eat Peanuts Blake Gopnik October 20, 2013 Eighteen bewigged barristers—some of the finest criminal lawyers in the country—were also in attendance. Did David Cameron Snub Obama for Tennis? Peter Jukes September […]
enchanting; charming; fascinating. to affect by witchcraft or magic; cast a spell over. to enchant; charm; fascinate: The painter bewitched the crowd with his latest work. to cause someone to be enchanted; cast a spell over someone: She lost her power to bewitch. Contemporary Examples For Summer turns out to be the bewitching villain in […]
a female given name, form of Beatrice. Contemporary Examples On Wednesday, Christie’s is auctioning John Currin’s famous 1991 painting ‘Bea Arthur Naked.’ ‘Bea Arthur Naked’ Could Sell for $2.5 Million William O’Connor May 13, 2013 It was at this point that Air France alerted the Bea and the first steps were taken to launch a […]
- Beach aster
a seaside plant, Erigeron glaucus, of the temperate western coast of North America, having solitary, violet- or lilac-colored flowers.