costumer

noun
cos·​tum·​er | \ ˈkä-ˌstü-mər How to pronounce costumer (audio) , -ˌstyü- also ˈkäs-ˌchü-; kä-ˈst(y)ü, käs-ˈchü- \

Definition of costumer

1 : one that deals in or makes costumes
2 : an upright stand with hooks or pegs on which to hang clothes

Examples of costumer in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Somewhere in the middle of filming, our costumer had to come and let out all of my costumes. Adam Rathe, Town & Country, 1 July 2022 For Emma Cooper, the costumer, having friends who live in the city over for wine and snacks in one of the many communal spaces was a special opportunity afforded by Casa Pani’s hotel-meets-Airbnb vibe. Dana Covit, Vogue, 25 July 2022 It was based on a sketch by the famed designer Bob Mackie, working for the costumer Jean Louis at the time. Leanne Italie, Chron, 17 June 2022 At its heart, the performance is a celebration of the queen’s 70 years of service, said Nicola Cummings, a costumer maker and a teacher at Queen’s Park Community School, who is working with 24 young dancers. Danica Kirka, The Christian Science Monitor, 4 June 2022 At its heart, the performance is a celebration of the queen’s 70 years of service, said Nicola Cummings, a costumer maker and a teacher at Queen’s Park Community School, who is working with 24 young dancers. Danica Kirka, ajc, 4 June 2022 And costumer Ellis Tillman’s love of all things fur, elegance and refinement helps adorn the actors. Michelle F. Solomon, Sun Sentinel, 25 May 2022 While passenger rail service trips were less expensive, the costumer didn't notice the costs because the government paid for the roads through taxes. Baltimore Sun, 18 May 2022 Thankfully, the costumer for this film was open to Randolph’s feedback. Veronica Wells, Essence, 13 Apr. 2022 See More

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First Known Use of costumer

1830, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of costumer was in 1830

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Last Updated

15 Aug 2022

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“Costumer.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/costumer. Accessed 19 Aug. 2022.

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