Recent Examples of masseuse from the Web
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).
Haggard resigned from his post as president of the National Association of Evangelicals and admitted to buying methamphetamine for himself and a male masseuse.
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Origin and Etymology of masseuse
French, feminine of masseur
First Known Use: 1879
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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