Third-person singular simple present indicative form of beard.(verb)
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Use "beards" in a sentence
"Instead, he determined that his was going to be the nuttiest Stan, a by-no-means uncompetitive field to those for whom the suffix conjures large numbers of excitable young chaps in beards jumping up and down shouting, “Death to the Great Satan!”"
"The nice sensibility of honor, which weighs the insult rather than the injury, sheds its deadly venom on the quarrels of the Arabs: the honor of their women, and of their beards, is most easily wounded; an indecent action, a contemptuous word, can be expiated only by the blood of the offender; and such is their patient inveteracy, that they expect whole months and years the opportunity of revenge."
"And what we have in San Francisco, among all of those beards, which is a completely accurate description, is a rookie catcher named Buster Posey, who's been fantastic and revolutionized that lineup."