Definition of bespectacled
: wearing spectacles
Recent Examples of bespectacled from the Web
After all, remember Ghost World’s angsty Enid, played by a bespectacled Thora Birth?
Even during his teaching days, however, the bespectacled intellectual was seen as a dark horse for his sharp rebuke over traditional ideologies and official doctrines.
Still, there was no way to foresee the impact the bespectacled Sogard would make with the Brewers.
It's been exactly 20 years since readers around the world were first introduced to Harry Potter, the bespectacled boy wizard who lived beneath the stairs of No. 4, Privet Drive, in an imaginary England.
The film’s appealing first trailer features percussive music, multiple fight scenes (!), and Marshall’s schlubby, bespectacled sidekick, the Foggy to his Daredevil (played, naturally, by Josh Gad).
In high school, Malloy was known as a bespectacled honor student who liked to party.
The bespectacled physician, eugenicist and avowed white supremacist ran the state’s Bureau of Vital Statistics from 1912 until his retirement in 1946.
If the bespectacled and eccentric Deacon was beloved by the British fashion crowd before this wedding, he is now set to vault to greater fame in the USA as the designer for Pippa's dress and also mother Carole Middleton's outfit.
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BESPECTACLED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bespectacled for English Language Learners
: wearing glasses
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