beardless


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having no beard

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lacking hair on the face

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Everybody admired her there; everybody danced with her; but no one proposed who was worth the marrying--one or two exceedingly young subalterns sighed after her, and a beardless civilian or two, but she rejected these as beneath her pretensions--and other and younger virgins than Glorvina were married before her.
A beardless youth, one of those society youths whom the old Prince Shtcherbatsky called "young bucks," in an exceedingly open waistcoat, straightening his white tie as he went, bowed to them, and after running by, came back to ask Kitty for a quadrille.
His beardless face was thin, worn, and transparently pale, but not wrinkled; his nose was high and hooked; his eyes were of a dim greyish blue, large, prominent, and rather red round the rims of the eyelids; his hair was scanty, soft to look at, and of that light sandy colour which is the last to disclose its own changes towards grey.
They were identified as Melchior, an elderly Persian with a long beard bringing the gift of gold; Caspar, a young and beardless Indian offering frankincense, a royal fragrance; and Balthasar, a black Arabian bearing the gift of myrrh, a bitter gum resin valued for its medicinal purposes.
In emphasizing the "dualism" of high and late medieval images of the three kings, he minimizes (even as he acknowledges) their role as images of the three ages of man: the beardless youth, the mature king with his dark hair and beard, and the white-haired and bearded elder.
After all, in the 1992 World Series, a writer for the Wall Street Journal rode with the Northern Beardless Tyrannulets.
Sam Neill heads an impressive international cast as the sorcerer, seen in younger, beardless guise in this first of two feature-length episodes (concludes Monday) which has allegedly already impressed viewers and critics in America.
A given image may present characteristics of both ambiguity and ambivalence: a youthful, beardless face exhibits an ambiguity of gender; but a hermaphrodite image expresses ambivalence.
Young beardless and broad-shouldered, this minimalist Patrick betrays nothing of his future glory, and has, not surprisingly, become a center of controversy in Ireland.
Seems that Louis had got himself hitched to Eleanor of Aquitaine who, going against the flow, objected to a beardless husband.
One or two centimetres below and to the left hangs Khamene'i, with Rafsanjani's beardless face taking third place on the podium.
who is beardless, and a woman, by virtue of her gender, have been considered in the past to compromise the dignity of the congregation and, for that reason, despite the fact that both are obligated to pray, they are prohibited from serving as prayer leaders.
In the early going, Mubarak's character weds her still beardless and relatively cheerful young man.
The Great Lie by Myrrha Stanford-Smith 'Although a beardless youth who can handle himself has obvious usefulness, I shall have some regard for your lack of years and experience.