manicurist [man-i-kyoo r-ist] ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. a person who gives manicures.

Origin of manicurist First recorded in 1885–90; manicure + -ist Examples from the Web for manicurist Contemporary Examples of manicurist

  • The manicurist had just finished administering the polish to Michelle when there was a knock on the door, and there he was!

    D.C. Diary

    Tina Brown

    January 18, 2009

  • Historical Examples of manicurist

  • Her manicurist and her hairdresser will eat up as much as you pay for your board.

    The Easiest Way

    Eugene Walter and Arthur Hornblow

  • There was the address of a manicurist, a programme of the Empire.

    The Golden Web

    Anthony Partridge

  • This touched my professional pride as manicurist and lady’s-maid.

    Miss Million’s Maid

    Bertha Ruck

  • How can the barber support the manicurist who has had twelve?

    The Women of Tomorrow

    William Hard

  • Many men tip the manicurist as much as they pay for the service.

    The Itching Palm

    William R Scott

  • British Dictionary definitions for manicurist manicurist noun

    1. a person who gives manicures, esp as a profession

    Word Origin and History for manicurist n.

    1884, from manicure (n.) after its sense shifted + -ist.

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