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commonness

Synonyms:

acceptance, averageness, bawdiness, bawdry, chasteness, circulation, cliche, commonality, commonalty, commonplace.
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beard
Definition:
To take by the beard; to seize, pluck, or pull the beard of ( a man), in anger or contempt.

Synonyms:

noun
animal
beard.
appearance
seeming, Illusions, Visions, seemings.
beard
byssus, face fungus, whiskers.
body
beard, face fungus, whiskers.
concealment
fig leaf, hide out, laundromat, obliteration, occultation, Obscuration, Laundromats, obscurations, hide-out, hide-outs, occultations.
decoy
chicane, drawing card, false face, front, mask, nark, shill, sitting duck, Seducement, blow off, shills, narks, chicanes, ensnarement, comeon.
facial hair on human
brush, fuzz, goatee, imperial, Santa Claus, stubble, vandyke, bristles, muttonchops.
hair
cilium, cowlick, eyebrow, eyelash, mane, moustache, ruff, sideburn, split end, thatch, vibrissa, villus, whiskers, Cilia, Manes, Vibrissae, Villi, strands, Downs, thatches, eyelashes, eyebrows, moustaches, split ends, ruffs, frizzies.
person
beard.
plant
beard.
whiskers
brush, goatee, imperial, mustache, side-whiskers, stubble, vandyke, Mustaches, goatees, stubbles, sideburns, muttonchops, burnsides, chin whiskers, forked beard, full beard, spade beard.
verb
confront
brave, face, oppose, stand up to.
stative
beard.
Examples of usage:
  1. He stroked his beard- a very gloomy old man with a blind eye. – The Wooden Horse by Hugh Walpole
  2. He mused a little, rubbing his beard with his thumb and forefinger; then, making a mental inventory of my exterior, beginning with my slouch hat and taking in each article down to my tramping shoes, he said slowly,- " And poor?" – A Gentleman Vagabond and Some Others by F. Hopkinson Smith
  3. But sometimes she looked at him and then at his father, and said to herself, " His eyes are not like Carl's, but his mouth is as Carl's used to be before he wore a beard; but nobody would know it now." – An Old Chester Secret by Margaret Deland
  4. As he did so Tom caught a glimpse of what he was sure was a false beard. – Tom Swift and his Motor-cycle by Victor Appleton
  5. Just then a tall man with a gray beard walked up. – Clematis by Bertha B. Cobb Ernest Cobb

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