One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘A fat, whiskery man relaxing on the bridge introduced himself as ‘Casper - the friendly Second Officer’.’
- ‘When I got back to the table I stood behind Papa, slipped my arms around his neck and bending down kissed his whiskery cheek.’
- ‘The headlights stagelit him standing there, a scruffy, whiskery, old man all alone in the doorway, talking to himself.’
- ‘She missed his whiskery chin when he kissed her forehead goodnight.’
- ‘For many people the word ‘geologist’ is apt to conjure up images of whiskery Victorian fossil collectors clad in heavy tweeds.’
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