from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. One who removes body hair by means of an electric current.

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  • n. A person who uses electrolysis to remove body hair

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One versed in the science of electrology.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. someone skilled in the use of electricity to remove moles or warts or hair roots


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  • Although, as my electrologist said, “People will stare at you if you just have a spot on your face”.

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  • Holly is thrilled to meet the electrologist, Evalene, who changes the color of her contacts to match her mood of the day and is much freer.

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  • She visits an electrologist hoping that socializing with someone, anyone, will help her as she reels closer to the edge.

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  • She's about to go to the electrologist, for yet another hour of excruciating torture to rid herself of facial hair.

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  • Some years ago, together with the late Dr. Dimier, a renowned electrologist, we carried out some investigations into the extent of human electricity.

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  • A young electrologist inherits millions, but the will is contested by an embittered daughter.

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  • BELFAST (Oct 6): Sunset Beach, your local full service salon, warmly welcomes stylist and electrologist, Unique Peters.


  • According to Aneta Filardo, a licensed electrologist and owner of Winter Park Laser & Press Releases

  • No licensed electrologist shall include in any ad - vertising, fees for performing or rendering any service, or publish, issue or make any misrepresentation, false, fraudulent or misleading state - ments through the press, circulation of advertising matter, radio, tele - vision, display signs or otherwise.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court

  • Any electrologist aggrieved hj any decision or rul - ing of said board may, within thirty days after receiving in writing notice of such decision or ruling, appeal therefrom to the superior court for the county in which he resides, by filing in the office of the clerk of said court his reasons for appeal, and within seven days thereafter fifing a copy thereof with the chairman of said board.

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