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Definition of "whiskery" [whiskery]

  • Having whiskers; bewhiskered. (adjective)
  • Old (adjective)

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Use "whiskery" in a sentence
  • "Pop smells whiskery, like Listerine and aftershave and car engines, like the orange and blue Gulf Gas Station ring that keeps the key to the bunk house where more relatives live."
  • ""Why, you whiskery old skunk, you ain't got the grit to shoot sour apples," was Billy's answer."
  • "Eli and Mr. Grady shaved every morning, so she was used to whiskery water."
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