noun, plural ac·cou·cheurs [ak-oo-shurz; French a-koo-shœr] /ˌæk uˈʃɜrz; French a kuˈʃœr/.
Examples from the Web for accoucheur
The disadvantages of the method are entirely with the accoucheur and not to the mother or child.The Mother and Her Child|William S. Sadler
When they are so impacted as to prevent the delivery being completed, the accoucheur must interfere.
His fee as accoucheur on these occasions was, I believe, a considerable one.The Mapleson Memoirs, vol I|James H. Mapleson
There is, it is said, a great Queen in Europe who has an accoucheur of whom she never makes use.Hints to Husbands|George Morant
Its position must therefore be changed, and the accoucheur must know how to change it with advantage.