noun, verb (used with object), cu·ret·ted, cu·ret·ting.
verb (used with object), cu·ret·ted, cu·ret·ting.
Origin of curette
Examples from the Web for curet
Historical Examples of curet
Incise and curet the wound and apply one of the wet dressings.Surgery, with Special Reference to Podiatry
Set at liberty, Curet returned to Paris, where he renewed his relations with the witches.Princes and Poisoners
By-and-by, the paroxysms are less frequent, in proportion as the curet approaches.The Vicomte de Bragelonne
verb -rettes, -rets, -retting or -retted
Word Origin for curette
surgical instrument, 1753, from French curette (15c.), from curer "to clear, cleanse" (from Latin curare; see cure (v.)) + -ette.