Definition of Couturiers

1. Noun. (plural of couturier) ¹



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Definition of Couturiers

1. couturier [n] - See also: couturier

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Couturiers

couthie
couthier
couthiest
couths
couthy
coutil
coutille
coutilles
coutils
coutinhoite
couture
coutures
couturier
couturiere
couturieres
couturiers (current term)
couvade
couvades
couvercle
couvert
couverts
couverture
couzeranite
covaledictorian
covalence
covalences
covalencies
covalency
covalent
covalent bond

Literary usage of Couturiers

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1. The Wool Industry: Commercial Problems of the American Woolen and Worsted by Paul Terry Cherington (1916)
"The couturiers, as a rule, aim to find some event of general interest upon which to ... The couturiers, however, usually relate a design to some real event. ..."

2. The Americanization of Edward Bok: The Autobiography of a Dutch Boy Fifty by Edward William Bok (1922)
"... being written from the inside of the gilded circles of the couturiers' shops. Madame Sarah Bernhardt was visiting the United States at the time, ..."

3. English Pageantry: An Historical Outline by Robert Withington (1918)
"... the Chain-Book account is reprinted. 2 Printed from the Chain-Book in Gilbert, i, pp. 239 f. ' Assembly. 4 Ed. notes " MS. indistinct." Qy: couturiers? ..."

4. Historical Introductions to the Rolls Series by William Stubbs, Arthur Hassall (1902)
"... and bade him leave the monks of Canterbury for himself to deal with.1 The legate remonstrated with the ministers, Walter of couturiers and Hugh of ..."

5. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"... full of immense feeling and the joy of life and the terror of ltd same —EB White, letter, 21 June 1967 The rich had clothes made by couturiers, tailors, ..."

6. Art in Industry by Charles Russell Richards (1922)
"... where they study the fashions of the foremost couturiers and visit theatres and races, for the purpose of making sketches which they use later for ..."

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