mascara

[ ma-skar-uh; British ma-skahr-uh ]
/ mæˈskær ə; British mæˈskɑr ə /

noun

a substance used as a cosmetic to color the eyelashes and eyebrows.

verb (used with object)

to apply mascara to.

Origin of mascara

1885–90; < Spanish: mask; see mask
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British Dictionary definitions for mascaraed

mascara
/ (mæˈskɑːrə) /

noun

a cosmetic substance for darkening, colouring, and thickening the eyelashes, applied with a brush or rod

Word Origin for mascara

C20: from Spanish: mask
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