spectacled
adjective Date: 1607 1. having or wearing spectacles 2. having markings suggesting a pair of spectacles <
a spectacled alligator
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  • Spectacled — Spec ta*cled, a. 1. Furnished with spectacles; wearing spectacles. [1913 Webster] As spectacled she sits in chimney nook. Keats. [1913 Webster] 2. (Zo[ o]l.) Having the eyes surrounded by color markings, or patches of naked skin, resembling… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • spectacled — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ wearing spectacles …   English terms dictionary

  • spectacled — [spek′təkəld] adj. 1. wearing spectacles 2. having markings that resemble spectacles …   English World dictionary

  • spectacled — adj. 1 wearing spectacles. 2 (of an animal) having facial markings resembling spectacles. Phrases and idioms: spectacled bear a S. American bear, Tremarctos ornatus. spectacled cobra the Indian cobra …   Useful english dictionary

  • spectacled — adjective 1》 wearing spectacles. 2》 used in names of animals with markings around the eyes that resemble spectacles: spectacled bear …   English new terms dictionary

  • spectacled — /spek teuh keuhld/, adj. 1. wearing spectacles. 2. (of an animal) having a marking resembling a pair of spectacles. [1600 10; SPECTACLE + ED3] * * * …   Universalium

  • spectacled — adjective a) Wearing spectacles. b) Having an appearance of wearing spectacles, especially of animals. Syn: bespectacled …   Wiktionary

  • spectacled — spec·ta·cled || spektÉ™kld adj. wearing spectacles, wearing eye glasses …   English contemporary dictionary

  • spectacled — spec·ta·cled …   English syllables

  • spectacled — spec•ta•cled [[t]ˈspɛk tə kəld[/t]] adj. 1) wearing spectacles 2) zool. (of an animal) having a marking resembling a pair of spectacles • Etymology: 1600–10 …   From formal English to slang

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