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Tussaud

[too-soh, tuh-; French ty-soh] /tuˈsoʊ, tə-; French tüˈsoʊ/
noun
1.
Marie Grosholtz
[grohs-hohlts] /ˈgroʊs hoʊlts/ (Show IPA),
("Madame Tussaud") 1760–1850, Swiss wax modeler in France and England: wax museum founder.
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  • Tussaud's is vast and brilliant; the Muse Grvin is small and mysterious.

    A Wanderer in Paris

    E. V. Lucas
  • These then were Tussaud's "petite fées," and pretty ones too.

    Jethou

    E. R. Suffling
  • It should be approached with respect, and not merely introduced as a juvenile appendix to Madame (p. 103) Tussaud's!

  • Thus the congregation on Christmas morning is mostly a Tussaud collection of celebrities who have been born in the neighbourhood.

    Return of the Native Thomas Hardy
  • This frightful exhibition, which was of the nature of the Tussaud Museum or a masquerade, positively frightened Amedee.

British Dictionary definitions for Tussaud

Tussaud

/French tyso/
noun
1.
Marie (mari). 1760–1850, Swiss modeller in wax, who founded a permanent exhibition in London of historical and contemporary figures
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