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.
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"shampooer" for "gambler," to prevent confusion of the shampooer with the unnamed gambler.
Did I mention that Nicki is the best shampooer in the world?
A handheld shampooer with a water extractor attachment is great for sucking out liquid trapped deep in the bed.
I wish I had a personal shampooer to massage my head like that every day.
Unlike a refrigerator, freezer, a barbecue or even something relatively small like a carpet shampooer or a ferret, books are quite painless to give.
Ive reserved a shampooer for first thing tomorrow morning.
But Ill have to drop off the carpet shampooer first.
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.
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.
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.