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bespectacled

[bih-spek-tuh-kuh ld] /bɪˈspɛk tə kəld/
adjective
1.
wearing eyeglasses.
Origin of bespectacled
1735-1745
First recorded in 1735-45; be- + spectacled
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  • It was the puffy, bespectacled little doctor who shut out the light.

    Peter F. Hopkinson Smith
  • Then she favored the bespectacled driver with a surprised stare.

  • The superintendent proved to be a woman, shrewd, keen-faced, and bespectacled.

    The Long Day

    Dorothy Richardson
  • He was middle-aged, studious and bespectacled, and he wore a wig.

    The Ethical Way Joseph Farrell
  • After the meal he returned to the veranda—and met a smiling, bespectacled Tambusami in the doorway.

    Caravans By Night Harry Hervey
British Dictionary definitions for bespectacled

bespectacled

/bɪˈspɛktəkəld/
adjective
1.
wearing spectacles
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Word Origin and History for bespectacled
adj.

1742, past participle adjective from be- + spectacles.

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