whiskered

[hwis-kerd, wis-]
adjective
having, wearing, or covered with whiskers.

Origin:
1755–65; whisker + -ed3

unwhiskered, adjective
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whiskered (ˈwɪskəd)
 
adj
having whiskers

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Example sentences
In the world of monster fish, these whiskered whoppers may not be pretty, but
  they pack a wallop.
When anatomizing revolutions, it always pays to consult the whiskered old
  veterans.
The muzzle is heavily whiskered and coarse, single hairs are sparsely
  distributed throughout the body.
No word on cats, the whiskered ones are there for the having, but not many
  anglers are going for them.
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