from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as manikin, 4.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun An artist's model of wood or other material.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Now, about this child, I would shower gifts on a child who said I looked like a manequin - you bet it's good! t.x

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  • It looks rather manequin-like in a phoney, plastic sorta way.

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  • It is an image of a fairly modest draper's shop with manequin dummies in the window and I knew it was a Jewish-owned business because the nazis had crudely painted a Star of David and a German slogan including the word JUDEN on the window.

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  • Check out first lady, she looks like a scary manequin in all of her shots.

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  • You are chained to a brunette manequin of lovely and the blue butterfly of longing flutters above me, as I lay sleeping. today is my birthday. and you sleep the sleep of the innocent. if only you missed me just a little. maybe it would hurt a little less. happy birthday to me~ old starlight - new starbright

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  • She's a pretty manequin for the endless parade of costumes they put her in.

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  • She's a pretty manequin for the endless parade of costumes they put her in.

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  • Lady Staines looked at Winn, and said she didn't see that it was much worse to marry a manicure girl than one who looked like a manequin.

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  • I would have put a nativity scene behind a small forest of "Sale!" signs with a manequin trying to get through to see Jesus. Top headlines

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