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bespectacled

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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bespectacledbe‧spec‧ta‧cled /bɪˈspektəkəld/ adjective formal 🔊 🔊 HBHMIwearing glasses
Examples from the Corpus
bespectacledHollandshort, bespectacled and plain-spoken-allows that there was some initial studio skepticism about casting Leigh in the pivotal role.Through the door hurries Gordon Stainforth, bespectacled and preoccupied.A tall, bespectacled figure, his face half concealed by a luxuriant walrus moustache, Perky had enjoyed an extraordinary career.A peasant stands next to them; behind is a bespectacled intellectual.He was in his middle to late fifties, a gray-haired, bespectacled man with a stiff and unsmiling demeanor.Unfortunately, Reg Holdsworth is getting a bit too romantic the bespectacled romeo should get back to his impish, eccentric ways.
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