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  • n. A barber
  • n. Any of various mechanical or electrical devices used to cut hair


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • This first montage, set to Perry's "Firework," introduces us to Kelly, 22, a haircutter who works in a nursing home.

    The X Factor Episode: "Auditions No. 4"

  • Rather, it offered glimpses of this American success story: A Jew from England, who never really connected with his father, spent many early years in an orphanage, who sang in synagogue, rose to fame as an artist haircutter, a television personality, and a businessman with a well-known product line.

    Regina Weinreich: Vidal Sassoon: The Movie on a Bad Hair Night

  • Maybe it was, if you were as young as her haircutter looked to be.

    Test Patterns

  • Her haircutter had told her about a study that said grapefruit scent made women appear six years younger to men.

    Test Patterns

  • Her haircutter, possibly Lydia's chief news source these days, had told her that people who quit smoking need one hour less sleep a night.

    Test Patterns

  • Her haircutter told her this in an encouraging tone, as if sleeping less was a good thing.

    Test Patterns

  • When I arrived at my house, my haircutter of eleven years, Kevin Charles, was there with his shears, electric razor and a huge smile.


  • There are myriad reasons why I should be suffering guilt, but my relationship with my haircutter probably isn't one of them.

    Losing Hair for No Reason

  • While on the ground at LAX for some reason, they treated themselves to haircuts by some celebrity haircutter whom they asked to come out to the airport specifically to avoid disrupting city traffic with a presidential motorcade.

    Hillary Pollster Mark Penn's Firm Tests Negative Messages On Obama And Edwards -- Including On $400 Haircut

  • Pull out the wad of cash, pay the haircutter in cash and everyone's happy.

    Maureen Dowd Devotes Whole Column To Edwards' Hair


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