from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. A machine for shampooing carpets.
  • n. A person (such as a hairdresser) who washes hair.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who shampoos.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who shampooes, in either sense of the word.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • "shampooer" for "gambler," to prevent confusion of the shampooer with the unnamed gambler.

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  • Did I mention that Nicki is the best shampooer in the world?

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  • A handheld shampooer with a water extractor attachment is great for sucking out liquid trapped deep in the bed.

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  • I wish I had a personal shampooer to massage my head like that every day.

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  • Unlike a refrigerator, freezer, a barbecue or even something relatively small like a carpet shampooer or a ferret, books are quite painless to give.

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  • Ive reserved a shampooer for first thing tomorrow morning.

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  • But Ill have to drop off the carpet shampooer first.

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  • Mr. Siriano attended the Baltimore School for the Arts. When he was 14, he started working as a shampooer at a salon called Bubbles so he could afford to buy clothes "at Banana Republic and Nordstrom"; he also hung his artwork in the salon's bathroom and sold it to patrons.

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  • Don't claim a rug shampooer is a wizard at removing all kinds of stains when in fact there are some it won't budge.

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  • This year, luggage (since they're always using MINE!), some fishin 'gear, I'm thinking vaccum, carpet shampooer, gas vouchers, griddle and whatever else I can dream up.

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