What does the word beardless mean?

Usage examples for beardless

  1. She was all alone in the store one day, when a beardless young man, in top boots that wanted grease, and a coat too thin for the weather, came in for a package of cigarettes. – The Promised Land by Mary Antin
  2. It is amusing to follow Hugo's physiognomy through the ages, at first beardless, looking when young rather like Bruant, the chansonnier of to- day; then the coming of the beard, and the progress of it until the final stage in which the mental eye now always sees the old poet- white and strong and benevolent- the Hugo, in short, of Bonnat's famous portrait. – A Wanderer in Paris by E. V. Lucas
  3. The most shocking oaths fell from his beardless lips whenever he opened them to speak English, and O'Reilly's efforts to break the boy of the habit proved quite unavailing. – Rainbow's End by Rex Beach