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noun, plural fri·seurs [free-zœr] /friˈzœr/. French.
  1. a hairdresser.
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Historical Examples

  • The Widow Capet needs no milliner now; she needs no friseur now for her toilette.

    The Empress Josephine

    Louise Muhlbach

  • I had a gentleman to wait upon me, a French friseur to dress my hair of a morning.


    Anthony Trollope

  • Or shall we constitute him friseur to Tisiphone, and make him curl up her locks with his satires and libels?

    Dialogues of the Dead

    Lord Lyttelton

  • That cherished and perfumed beard expanded, as if it had just then received the last manipulation of the friseur.

    Dealings with the Dead, Volume I (of 2)

    A Sexton of the Old School

  • The Lady Anastasia was in her dressing-room in the hands of her friseur, the French hairdresser, and her maid.

    The Lady of Lynn

    Walter Besant

British Dictionary definitions for friseur


  1. a hairdresser
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Word Origin

C18: literally: one who curls (hair); see frisette
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