- n.胡须; [虫]口鬃，[动]颌毛; （牡蛎等的）鳃; [植]芒;
- 复数: beards;
- 形容词: bearded;
He has decided to grow a beard and a moustache.
He was unrecognizable without his beard.
His hair and beard are both untidy and his skin is quite leathery.
Threads of silver ran through his beard and the hair at his temples.
Bill preened his beard.
His beard was just beginning to show signs of grey.
My beard had started to grow, and I had unwillingly complied with the order to shave it off.
I don't like myself without a beard.
Just because he has a beard doesn't necessarily mean he's a hippy.
A beard doesn't scratch, it just tickles.
Jim stroked his beard reflectively.
The wound left a nasty mark on his face, so he grew beard over it to hide it.
This false beard is his disguise.
This old man shaved his shaggy black beard.
A beginning beard faintly shadowed his chin and lean cheeks.
He disguised himself with a wig and false beard.
He's had his beard shaved off.
Don't try to dignify those few hairs on your face by calling them a beard!
She finds his beard too bristly.
I've decided to shave away my beard.
His chin was completely covered by his beard.
He razored his face clean of his beard.
Age had rimed his beard.
He's got shore , brown wavy hair with blue eyes and a short beard.
Had a chin beard , read Crowley , wore black turtlenecks.
" Don't you question Miz Wilkes'word,'said Archie, his beard bristling.
" 威尔克斯太太的话, 你就不必怀疑了."阿尔奇说. 他的胡子也翘了起来.
His hair beard like thick and disorderly, fat face, scimitar.
他头发蓬蓬的, 胖胖的脸, 弯刀似的胡子.
After Peter a beard , even his close friends did not recognize him first sight.
A man went a barbershop to have his hair cut and his beard Trimmed.
If Dad did not shave everyday he would have a beard.
We are very proud of our accomplishments under the Greenlist system and we believe that we will prevail in these cases, Christopher Beard, director of public affairs for SC Johnson, said, while acknowledging that this has been an area that is difficult to navigate.
Bearded Russian priests offer regular services at the Orthodox church for the 16 or so Russian speakers who spend the winter at the base, largely polar scientists in fields like glaciology and meteorology.
1. the hair growing on the lower part of a man's face
2. a tuft or growth of hairs or bristles on certain plants such as iris or grasses
3. a person who diverts suspicion from someone (especially a woman who accompanies a male homosexual in order to conceal his homosexuality)
4. hairy growth on or near the face of certain mammals
5. tuft of strong filaments by which e.g. a mussel makes itself fast to a fixed surface
1. go along the rim, like a beard around the chin;
"Houses bearded the top of the heights"
beard the lion in his den (或 lair)
confront or challenge someone on their own ground
胡须 又称 :胡须(Barba（拉）)