Recent Examples of tweeze from the Web
Just make sure to take it one hair at a time, in order to avoid tweezing them too thin or trimming the strands too short.
Over Plucking Rather than tweezing, Lynn suggests taming brows with a gel or wax and filling in sparse zones with a pencil.
And one woman had to have ball bearings tweezed from her flesh, metal fragments removed from her ear and wood shards extracted from her neck.
While some experts emphasize immediate removal over belatedly using the best method, scraping is usually easier than tweezing anyway.
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Origin and Etymology of tweeze
First Known Use: 1932See Words from the same year
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