verb (used with object), ep·i·lat·ed, ep·i·lat·ing.
Origin of epilate
Related formsep·i·la·tion, nounep·i·la·tor, noun
Examples from the Web for epilation
A variety of epilation forceps with rounded legs is seen in Pl.
Other epilation forceps, which are however more likely to be toilet articles, have the jaws of extreme breadth, as in Pl.
Epilation is performed by some Continental surgeons, but is not practised in this country.
A pocket ear-scoop and epilation forceps combined was found in Paris.
A forceps of the epilation type, but angled in its length, is figured by Vdrnes.