to remove (hair) from by means of physical, chemical, or radiological agents; depilate.
- ep·i·la·tion, noun
- ep·i·la·tor, noun
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How to use epilate in a sentence
It goes on to state that “scalp epilation,” or hair loss, as in the case of Litvinenko, “occurs relatively late.”
A forceps of the epilation type, but angled in its length, is figured by Vdrnes.
Other epilation forceps, which are however more likely to be toilet articles, have the jaws of extreme breadth, as in Pl.
A pocket ear-scoop and epilation forceps combined was found in Paris.
The surgical epilation forceps is, as we have seen, usually a simple instrument.
Two epilation forceps, one ditto with leaf shaped ends and catch, three spoon probes, one spatula probe.
British Dictionary definitions for epilate
(tr) rare to remove hair from
- epilation, noun
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