"He'd better improve his whiskers first thing he does," suggested Percival.
With only whiskers nobody could take Monsieur for anything but an Englishman.
"That'll be mostly hidden by his whiskers, when they grow," observed her guardian.
Look here, Mr. Sperry, how much is this bill with the whiskers?
You can't see his face for his whiskers, and can't see his whiskers for the dye upon 'em.
His moustache was quite white: he wore the whiskers and imperial of 1850.
Maybe it's 'cause I don't like the way he wears his whiskers.
"That's just like you," said a large man near the door, with whiskers all round his face.
His hat off, we recognized the handsome author of the "Burnside" whiskers.
He said he had been "singeing the whiskers" of the King of Spain.