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His face was large and beardless, and he had beautiful teeth.

He was a beardless youngster, and the prince thought to have some sport with him.

Yet even this "beardless" Parliament had shown a strong conservatism.

Both have long hair, but are beardless; and wear the shenti for their sole garment.

But I see: it is all through the words of this beardless boy.

I knew him when he was a boy—a beardless boy, as you may say.

One went and told the king that a beardless boy had disappointed all his expectations.

The post was commanded by a young lieutenant, a mere boy with a beardless face.

Such a case, for instance, is that of bearded and beardless wheats.

They mostly pass their lives with faces as smooth and beardless as an infant's.

WORD ORIGIN

early 14c., from beard (n.) + -less.

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