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  • n. Plural form of friseur.


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  • In these apparently natural vanities and vagaries Falco humored me, enquiring of his friends concerning friseurs of acclaimed reputation, buying me any gaudy fabrics he saw, also presenting me with caskets of necklaces, amulets, bracelets, finger-rings and earrings.

    Andivius Hedulio Adventures of a Roman Nobleman in the Days of the Empire

  • Indeed, _friseurs_ were the rule in France, and she was not unused to male attendants at the toilette, so that she was not shocked at being left to his care.

    A Modern Telemachus

  • Tailors, horse-milliners, shoemakers, friseurs, drapers, mercers, tradesmen of every description, and servants of every class and denomination, were summoned to a sleepless activity -- each in his several vocation, or in some which he undertook by proxy.

    Memorials and Other Papers — Complete

  • The rulers in the National Assembly are in good hopes that the females of the first families in France may become an easy prey to dancing-masters, fiddlers, pattern-drawers, friseurs, and valets-de-chambre, and other active citizens of that description, who, having the entry into your houses, and being half domesticated by their situation, may be blended with you by regular and irregular relations.

    The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 04 (of 12)


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