American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Cosmetic care of the feet and toenails.
- n. A cosmetic treatment of the feet and toenails.
- n. A podiatrist.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The cure or care of the feet. Compare manicure.
- n. One whose business is the surgical care of the feet.
- To care for the feet of (some one), and to treat minor ailments of the feet, such as corns.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Professional care of the feet, toes, and toenails.
- n. A single treatment of the feet, toes, and toenails.
- n. One who cares for the feet and nails; a chiropodist.
- n. professional care for the feet and toenails
- v. care for one's feet by cutting and shaping the nails, etc.
- From Latin pedis (feet) (Wiktionary)
- French pédicure : Latin pēs, ped-, foot; see pedi- + Latin cūra, care; see cure. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Others may say that the minimum requirements for a beautiful day should include the word pedicure.”
““I’m not sure who that is, but it helps that you have attractive feet and know the meaning of the word pedicure.””
“There are a lot of “things” out there that I just do not need in my life … and being interrupted by a phone call while I’m grocery shopping, having my hair washed or getting a relaxing pedicure is NOT one of them.”
“The stereotype of the feckless woman who has an abortion and then a pedicure is a sub rosa staple of the opposition, and there's no question that it could be counteracted by real people talking about making a difficult but necessary choice.”
“If you think a pedicure is a good way to unwind, you might want to think again, especially after seeing this next report.”
“A pedicure is a favorite in the winter to restore the softness of summer skin that usually gets rough and scaly with the dry winter air.”
“The basic manicure is $15 and basic pedicure, which is $30," said Megan Parr,”
“oh, the pedicure was my own idea - it was not a race-sponsored item; It was my first 5K in many many years, and I had promised myself that if I could get across the finish line without having a heart attack I would get a pedicure that afternoon.”
“My friends most likely are like me and love a good massage or pedicure once in a while.”
“At the Target you can get perfume, pedicure and a latte.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘pedicure’.
All the scientific words found in the official EU nomenclature. For the screening I used Vocabgrabber of the Visual Thesaurus.
includes words of the "Prodcom list"
denoting or relating to feet ; of or like a foot
good grief, I'm getting irritable.
Ways we modify our bodies.
This is where I'm putting all those words that are still looking for a home among my other lists. Like its real-life counterpart, the desk will always be a little messy.
Words to describe our atmosphere, our services, our philosophy and the quality that we are always striving for.
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