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- (transitive) To give or add whiskers to; to put whiskers on.
- 1937, The Literary Digest, volume 124, page 16:
- Cinema magnates preferred to bewhisker the handsome profile and contort the slender Barrymore frame to suit weird, melodramatic parts then in vogue.
- 2009, Desmond Morris, Owl, page 102:
- But whenever a Kuna artist shows a face in front view there seems to be an overpowering urge to bewhisker it.