[kos-too-mer, -tyoo-; ko-stoo-mer, -styoo-]
- a person who makes, sells, or rents costumes, as for theatrical productions.
- a clothes tree.
Origin of costumer
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Examples from the Web for costumers
Ten minutes later, when she had extracted his promise and abandoned him to the costumers, he was scourging his weakness.The Fortieth Door
Mary Hastings Bradley
Besides the regular staff there were costumers, flash-light photographers, relatives of the players and guests of the management.My Actor-Husband
Muelle uses quantities of solid embroidery and appliqu work, where other costumers are content with stenciling and gilding.Confessions of an Opera Singer
Shortly before Christmas prizes are offered to the costumers dressing the finest dolls.Ways of War and Peace
The hardware for the costumers is well chosen and in sympathy with the vertical proportions of the design.Industrial Arts Design
William H. Varnum