bearded

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Simple past tense and past participle of beard
having a beard
{a} having a beard, jagged, pointed
having hair on the cheeks and chin
Bearing long or stiff hairs
equipped with an awn, beard or arista berry- a fruit with an inner layer to the fruit wall, a fleshy central tissue area and a number of seeds- eg tomato bicarpellate- formed from two carpels biennial- completing its life cycle in the course of two years bifid- cleft into two, no deeper than half-way bilobate- two-lobed bilabiate- formed into two lips bipinnate- pinnately divided, with the leaflets also pinnate biternate- (of leaves) formed into two sets of three bloom- fine whitish coargin on the surface of parts of a plant, consisting of minute grains of a waxy substance bract- a much-reduced leaf, particularly one of the small or scale-like leaves in a flower cluster, or associated with the flowers bud- a protuberance on a plant, from which a leaf, shoot or flower develops bulb- an ovoid, underground bud consisting of overlapping layers of fleshy leaves, acting a an organ of storage and vegetative reproduction bulbil- a small bulb replacing flower bud- eg common onion
Having long or stiff hairs arranged in a row or tuft
having a growth of hair-like awns; "bearded wheatgrass" having hair on the cheeks and chin
A bearded man has a beard. a bearded 40-year-old sociology professor
having a growth of hair-like awns; "bearded wheatgrass"
Bearded Master (Magister barbatus) So Persius styled Socrates, under the notion that the beard is the symbol of wisdom (B C 468-399 ) Pogonatus (Bearded) Constantine IV , Emperor of Rome (648, 668-685) The Bearded Geoffrey the Crusader, and Bouchard of the house of Montmorency Handsome-beard Baldwin IV , Earl of Flanders (1160-1186 ) John the Bearded Johann Mayo, the German painter, whose beard touched the ground when he stood upright
{s} barbate
bearded clam
vulva

No panties, just bearded clam and glorious ass..

bearded dragon
A medium-size gray lizard, Pogona minor, from central Australia
bearded dragons
plural form of bearded dragon
bearded mussel
a coastal mussel of Britain, Modiolus barbatus
bearded mussels
plural form of bearded mussel
bearded reedling
The bearded tit
bearded reedlings
plural form of bearded reedling
bearded tit
A small passerine bird, Panurus biarmicus, of the tit family (Timaliidae). Or possibly the monotypic family Panuridae
bearded tits
plural form of bearded tit
bearded vultures
plural form of bearded vulture
bearded-mussel
Attributive form of bearded mussel, noun

It had a bearded-mussel taste to it.

Bearded Vulture
(Ticaret) The Bearded Vulture (Gypaetus barbatus), also known as the Lammergeier or Lammergeyer, is a bird of prey, and the only member of the genus Gypaetus. Traditionally considered an Old World vulture, it actually forms a minor lineage of Accipitridae together with the Egyptian Vulture (Neophron percnopterus), its closest living relative
bearded iris
any of numerous wild or cultivated irises with hairlike structures on the falls (the drooping sepals)
bearded iris
Any of various irises characterized by a conspicuous region of hairs or hairlike structures on the lower parts of the three outer drooping perianth segments
bearded man
man with a beard
bearded seal
medium-sized grayish to yellow seal with bristles each side of muzzle; of Arctic Ocean
bearded vulture
the largest Eurasian bird of prey; having black feathers hanging around the bill
bearded wheatgrass
a wheatgrass with straight terminal awns on the flowering glumes
beard
To grow hair on the chin and jaw
beard
To boldly and bravely oppose or confront, often to the chagrin of the one being bearded

Robin Hood is always shown as bearding the Sheriff of Nottingham.

beard
A woman who accompanies a gay male in order to give the impression that he is heterosexual
white-bearded antshrike
a passerine bird of the antbird family
white-bearded antshrikes
plural form of white-bearded antshrike
beard
{v} to pull by the beard, oppose, take off
beard
{n} hair on the chin a jag, point, wool
beard
a person who diverts suspicion from someone (especially a woman who accompanies a male homosexual in order to conceal his homosexuality)
beard
In insects, the hairs of the labial palpi of moths and butterflies
beard
Facial hair on the chin, cheeks and jaw
beard
hairy growth on or near the face of certain mammals the hair growing on the lower part of a man's face a person who diverts suspicion from someone (especially a woman who accompanies a male homosexual in order to conceal his homosexuality) a tuft or growth of hairs or bristles on certain plants such as iris or grasses go along the rim, like a beard around the chin; "Houses bearded the top of the heights
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Cutting the beard The Turks think it a dire disgrace to have the beard cut Slaves who serve in the seraglio have clean chins, as a sign of their servitude Kissing the beard In Turkey wives kiss their husband, and children their father on the beard To make one's beard (Chaucer) This is the French “Faire la barbe à quelqu'un,” and refers to a barber's taking hold of a man's beard to dress it, or to his shaving the chin of a customer To make one's beard is to have him wholly at your mercy I told him to his beard I told him to his face, regardless of consequences; to speak openly and fearlessly
beard
The long hairs about the face in animals, as in the goat
beard
The gills of some bivalves, as the oyster
beard
To oppose to the face; to set at defiance
beard
n jenggot
beard
tuft of strong filaments by which e g a mussel makes itself fast to a fixed surface
beard
To take by the beard; to seize, pluck, or pull the beard of (a man), in anger or contempt
beard
An imposition; a trick
beard
The byssus of certain shellfish, as the muscle
beard
Long or stiff hairs on a plant; the awn; as, the beard of grain
beard
The hair that grows on the chin, lips, and adjacent parts of the human face, chiefly of male adults
beard
The cluster of small feathers at the base of the beak in some birds The appendages to the jaw in some Cetacea, and to the mouth or jaws of some fishes
beard
To deprive of the gills; used only of oysters and similar shellfish
beard
go along the rim, like a beard around the chin; "Houses bearded the top of the heights"
beard
That part of a type which is between the shoulder of the shank and the face
beard
the hair growing on the lower part of a man's face
beard
A barb or sharp point of an arrow or other instrument, projecting backward to prevent the head from being easily drawn out
beard
a tuft or growth of hairs or bristles on certain plants such as iris or grasses
beard
Awn Tuft or clump of hair
beard
hairy growth on or near the face of certain mammals
beard
From the Old Kingdom onward, the king often wears a long, square-ended artificial (or false) beard, fastened by a strap along the jawbone
beard
{f} defy, oppose
beard
Thick, long hair on the underneath part of the muzzle
beard
{i} hair on the sides of the face and chin
beard
A man's beard is the hair that grows on his chin and cheeks. He's decided to grow a beard. American historian and educator who explored the economic aspects of history in works such as An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution (1913). His view that the document was based on its formulators' economic self-interests profoundly affected the study of American history. American writer and illustrator. In 1905 he founded the Sons of Daniel Boone, which in 1910 became the first Boy Scout organization in the United States. American cookery expert widely considered to be one of the foremost authorities on American cuisine. American historian and feminist. She shared her husband Charles's economic view of history and collaborated with him on The Rise of American Civilization (first volume 1927), in which they characterized the Civil War as the "second American Revolution," perpetrated by Northern capitalists over Southern plantation owners for economic gain. beard sb (in their den) to go and see someone who has influence or authority, and tell them what you want, why you disagree with them etc
beard
A player who abuses the flexibility of the game, stretching rules to the limit, in order to enhance his chances of winning (reducing the fun for others in the process) Originates from WHFB (Warhammer Fantasy Battles) in the distant past when Dwarves were considered willing to do anything to win Also "beardy," "a total beard," and "beardiness " See also "Cheesy " [Submitted by Michael Pye]
beard
That part of the under side of a horse's lower jaw which is above the chin, and bears the curb of a bridle
thick-bearded person
person that has a large and bushy beard, one who has a fluffy beard
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