Definition of side whiskers in English:

side whiskers

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noun

  • Whiskers or sideburns on a man’s cheeks: his countenance was set off by bushy eyebrows and side-whiskers
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    • On September 20, 1953, George Jonas, caretaker of the Yorkshire Museum, saw an old man wearing a frock coat and sporting white side whiskers reading a book in the library.
    • I bet if we dug down, we'd find that a lot of those old guys with their funny side whiskers knew what they were doing better than we give them credit for.
    • He is a sly-looking little man with side whiskers, a solicitor with a very small business, but clever enough to realize before anyone else that Animal Farm will need a broker and the commissions will be worth having.

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