bifocaled

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From bifocals +‎ -ed.

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Adjective[edit]

bifocaled (not comparable)

  1. wearing bifocals
    • 1996 September 13, Craig Keller, “Sister Act”, Chicago Reader:
      What have I got?" the bifocaled, hard-of-hearing Bubbie would inquire of her doctor in one scene. "
    • 2004 October 8, Matt Devens, “I'm in Love With Love”, Chicago Reader:
      At their August gig at the Double Door, twentysomething hipsters mingled with the bifocaled, relaxed-fit-dungaree set--in sharp contrast to the lavish shows I've seen Paul McCartney and Brian Wilson put on recently, where the number of fans under 40 was mathematically insignificant.