spectacled

[spek-tuh-kuhld]
adjective
1.
wearing spectacles.
2.
(of an animal) having a marking resembling a pair of spectacles.

Origin:
1600–10; spectacle + -ed3

unspectacled, adjective
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spectacled (ˈspɛktəkəld)
 
adj
1.  wearing glasses
2.  (of an animal) having markings around the eyes resembling a pair of glasses

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Example sentences
The spectacled caiman is hunted for its hide and the red-headed turtle is hunted for its delicious eggs and meat.
Thirty years later a quiet, spectacled scientist discovers that the aliens are spreading.
Use of implanted satellite transmitters to locate spectacled eiders at-sea.
They explained to us humankind's negative effect on the spectacled bear species.
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