Recent Examples of masseur from the Web
The masseur, who denied wrongdoing, was fired but has not been arrested; the case is under review by the State Attorney’s Office for possible prosecution.
Other companies supply cleaners or masseurs, or dispatch a dizzying array of products - flowers, medicine, movie tickets, cameras and eyeglasses.
PARIS — Until recently, Arnaud Valois was a masseur with a small studio here.
Mr. Valois now finds himself in the unusual position — unusual, at least, for a masseur who long since gave up the screen — of having an agent fielding calls and offers.
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Origin and Etymology of masseur
First Known Use: 1876See Words from the same year
MASSEUR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of masseur for English Language Learners
: a man whose job is to give massages
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