There is a bespectacled born-again waving his hands in the air.
I remember a small, bespectacled man with a kindly nature, more poet than professor.
The slight, bespectacled 20-something knew the neighborhood better than I did or any diplomat at the American Embassy.
Or maybe the bespectacled ex-“Dear Leader” was just a really big South Park fan.
The seizing of an American reporter was only a matter of time, and the bespectacled and disheveled Ostrovsky was a prime target.
Stout and bespectacled, he proved a delightful guest and Dr. Austin displayed a gift for comic songs that brought the house down.
Then she favored the bespectacled driver with a surprised stare.
The train had not quite halted when the door was torn open, and a bespectacled, red-faced officer glared in.
The superintendent proved to be a woman, shrewd, keen-faced, and bespectacled.
Scott, are you going to take all those sausages and muffins, you bespectacled ruffian!