Recent Examples of masseuse from the Web
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.
Luckily, a personal trainer and masseuses are on retainer.
Filthy Rich is Patterson’s 2016 non-fiction true crime bestseller about Jeffrey Epstein, the billionaire financier who employed underage girls as masseuses and was eventually convicted of prostitution with underage women.
Salma Hayek is Beatriz, a Mexican-American masseuse and holistic healer living in Los Angeles.
Salma Hayek stars as a masseuse/holistic healer who clashes with a famously boorish billionaire (John Lithgow) during a dinner.
The naked mass was made up of actors, dancers, artists, off-duty photographers, a lawyer, a chef, a masseuse, a real estate agent and a professional fire dancer — mostly New Yorkers, many of them naturists (nudists’ preferred term).
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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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