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masseuse

[ muh-soos, -sooz; French ma-sœz ]
/ məˈsus, -ˈsuz; French maˈsœz /
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a woman who provides massage as a profession or occupation.
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Origin of masseuse

From French, dating back to 1875–80; see origin at massage, -euse

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH masseuse

masseur, masseuse
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British Dictionary definitions for masseuse

masseuse
/ (mæˈsɜːz) /

noun
a woman who gives massages, esp as a profession
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