spectacled

adjective spec·ta·cled \ ˈspek-ti-kəld also -ˌti-kəld \

Definition of spectacled

1 :having or wearing spectacles
2 :having markings suggesting a pair of spectacles
  • a spectacled alligator

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First Known Use of spectacled

1607


SPECTACLED Defined for English Language Learners

spectacled

adjective

Definition of spectacled for English Language Learners

  • : wearing glasses


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