- n. Plural form of creamer.
“A French Atlantic resort has begun advertising for "creamers" - people who apply suntan lotion on the beach.”
“But there will be nothing to prevent the "creamers" from offering to rub their products into the "upper backs and arms" of beautiful, adult young things, both male and female, who are in danger of frying to a crisp.”
“Les Sables d'Olonne is also risking the wrath of the French language police by calling its new employees "creamers", rather than "cremeurs".”
“As a publicity stunt, the popular resort in the Vendee, just south of Brittany, will start an internet search tonight for two "creamers".”
“Taking possession of the bag, Ali looked inside it, where she found a bag of English muffins, a stick of butter, a collection of nondairy coffee creamers, and some ground coffee.”
“While Nestlé's usual sales staff focus on filling shelves of big supermarkets, Mr. Mugwambane and 80 other salespeople like him hunt for tiny shops across South Africa that will buy such Nestlé products as baby food and nondairy creamers, often in single-serving packages that appeal to Africa's price-sensitive customers.”
“I finally went through most of my mother's mystery boxes and culled them down to just 'nice' things ... yellow ware bowls, cut crystal creamers etc ...”
“And for coffee drinkers who do not have a refrigerator available, the powdered nondairy creamers can be pretty convenient.”
“Dean's WhiteWave-Alpro segment, which includes Horizon Organic dairy products, Silk soy milk and International Delight coffee creamers, continues to be a bright spot for the company.”
“What was to become of my ice buckets with penguins dancing or my multiplying collection of creamers in all shapes and colors and sizes, or even my Pyrex bowls?”
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