Todd made a $2,000 donation to charity and kept the goatee by a whisker.
Not anymore: A Rasmussen poll out last week now shows Pryor ahead by a whisker, and the race is now essentially a tie.
I thank him from my soul for not cultivating the national cat's whisker.
Delancy tugged at his wisp of whisker, and wagged his head dolefully.
His grey hair is bald on the top, and he is clean-shaven except for a hint of whisker.
His wrinkled, red face was edged by a white fringe of whisker.
Then the Indian swallowed a bottle of whisker dye and all seemed to grow black before him.
A scanty growth of whisker did not conceal the contour of his jaw.
I think the safety razors were responsible for most of the blanks in my whisker area.
The whisker is that part of the beard that grows on the cheek.
"hair of a man's face" (usually plural), c.1600, originally a playful formation, from Middle English wisker "anything that whisks or sweeps" (early 15c.); see whisk (v.). In reference to animal lip hair, recorded from 1670s.