Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who is versed in hygiene.
- n. A person skilled in hygienics
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One versed in hygiene.
- n. a medical specialist in hygiene
- From hygiene + -ist. (Wiktionary)
“Your hygienist is most certainly related to mine, and I swear there is a streak of sadism in there, even if politely polished up to look like concern.”
“By the way, in some states you can see a hygienist without having to also be seen by a dentist.”
“After being arrested last week, authorities said, Mr. Bulger told them his brother William might be willing to post bail for Catherine Greig, the former dental hygienist and Mr. Bulger's longtime companion, who was arrested with him.”
“I let the dental hygienist talk me into a fluoride treatment, which cost me $42 out of pocket … grrr … being a grown-upsucks somedays.”
“I set my alarm for 5am this morning so that I could be on time for a 7am appointment with the dental hygienist.”
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“I have learned my lesson, however, and I am not diligent about spending time with that hygienist.”
“‘I know you’re longing to escape’ said the hygienist, with admirable understatement, ‘but I just want to show you how to floss properly.”
“This brought back agonising memories of the torture a hygienist I used to go to inflicted on me and she charged me the earth for it too.”
“And so, out to thwart mortality again, I agreed finally to have my teeth cleaned by the hygienist.”
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