couturiere

noun
cou·tu·ri·ere | \kü-ˈtu̇r-ē-ər, -ē-ˌer\

Definition of couturiere 

: a woman who is a couturier

First Known Use of couturiere

1818, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for couturiere

French couturière, from Old French cousturiere, feminine of cousturier

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