bifocaled

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adjective bi·fo·caled \ˈbī-ˌfō-kəld\

Definition of bifocaled

  1. :  wearing bifocals Balding, bifocaled, a hearing aid in each ear and a pacemaker in his chest … — Dolly Langdon, People Weekly, 21 June 1982 … I find myself taking in the individual faces around me: the jowls and curlers and nose rings, the bifocaled and puffy eyes … — Rachel Simon, Riding the Bus with My Sister: A True Life Journey, 2002

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1929

First Known Use of bifocaled

1929


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