Definition of beardie in English:

beardie

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Pronunciation: /ˈbɪədi
 
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noun (plural beardies)

British informal
1A bearded man, especially one regarded as lacking in style.
More example sentences
  • Real ale is not all about beardies with sandals.
  • Poets were pop stars, now they're weird beardies in bondage to an ancient craft that nobody deigns to understand.
  • So the smooth ones, not the beardies, are those who decided to do something other than accept nature's default condition.
2A bearded collie.
More example sentences
  • Beardies also love to race around and play with each other and other dogs and will often appear very overpowering.
  • Lean and active, Beardies are strongly made and cover the ground with the minimum of effort.
  • The Bearded Collie or beardie is the traditional dog of the Scottish shepherd, but was used to herd both sheep and cattle.

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