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frotteur

[ fraw-tur ]
/ frɔˈtɜr /
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noun
a person who practices frottage.
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Origin of frotteur

From French; see origin at frottage, -eur
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How to use frotteur in a sentence

  • The steel wire your frotteur uses to polish floors quadrupled in price.

    Paris Vistas|Helen Davenport Gibbons
  • The floor was painted, and knew nothing of the polish given by the frotteur's brush.

    Z. Marcas|Honore de Balzac
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