costumer

[ kos-too-mer, -tyoo-; ko-stoo-mer, -styoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF costumer

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"Yes, the face—that is what we are coming to," replied the costumer.

"You will not need to change your pants, I think," said the costumer.

He was immediately buttonholed by the costumer for the amount of his bill.

When they rushed in the Costumer was not there; he had disappeared with all his wares.

He must judge the work of the stage carpenter and of the costumer.

The finish of the costumer should be such as to match the woodwork of its surroundings.

She loves costly attire, but her taste, and that of her costumer, are perfect.

After this, they called at a costumer's establishment; it was to a ball they were going.

You don't suppose that I would hire a dress for the concert at a costumer's?

The girls were disappointed to find that Mrs. Halsey was no longer at the costumer's.

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