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- Wearing spectacles (glasses).
- 1917, Jack London, chapter 24, in Jerry of the Islands:
- The Commissioner, ascetic-looking, an Oxford graduate, narrow-shouldered and elderly, tired-eyed and bespectacled like the scholar he was, like the scientist he was, shrugged his shoulders.
- 2002, Steven Barclay, A Place in the World Called Paris, page 149:
- The choristers were as bespectacled as the audience. Are Protestants more bespectacled than Catholics because of too much Bible reading?
wearing spectacles (glasses)