Recent Examples of masseuse from the Web
Kennedy also opened her new treatment-room doors to transforming facial masseuse Julie Lynge to see individual clients twice a month.
Harris County deputy constables posing as customers during an undercover sting arrested a licensed masseuse, following complaints about possible prostitution in a Spring strip mall shared with a daycare center.
Divorce Camp would take place on an island somewhere, and anyone booked would automatically get a seaside cottage, complete with a personal masseuse.
Jenna, the onboard masseuse, warned that anyone who had overindulged on the cocktails (included in the fare) should consider postponing their massage (also included).
Judith said a professional masseuse visits with John often and massages his hands at no charge.
Meanwhile masseuses provided impromptu neck rubs to weary art lovers in massage chairs near the painting of Wonder Women.
This will end—happily—our incorrect use of masseuse.
Future plans include a kids' Zumba class and possibly other ways the business will branch out, including a possible partnership with a chair masseuse.
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Origin and Etymology of masseuse
First Known Use: 1879See Words from the same year
MASSEUSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of masseuse for English Language Learners
: a woman whose job is to give massages
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