catwalker

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noun cat·walk·er \ˈkat-ˌwȯ-kər\

Definition of catwalker

plural

catwalkers

  1. :  a model who walks along a catwalk in a fashion show She's great in front of the camera, but she's a legendary catwalker, too … — Rolling Stone, 19 Aug. 2004 :  a fashion model … increasingly, TV actresses are the new supermodels. In fact, the gap between actresses and catwalkers has never been narrower, says Vogue's Katherine Betts. — Entertainment Weekly, 16 Oct. 1998

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1979

First Known Use of catwalker

1979


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