costumier

[ ko-stoo-mee-er, -styoo-; French kaws-ty-myey ]SEE DEFINITION OF costumier
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And any disguise you may think of, that too I could procure from a costumier, a Jew I know.

It was a figure that might have appealed more to the sculptor than to the costumier.

In short, her costumier was an artist who knew her business.

Next Fukuchi proceeded to make for the costumier a drawing of a girl.

I confided myself at first to the hands of the costumier with characteristic truthfulness.

Upon the tab of her coat she was wearing was the name of a costumier: 'Sartori, Via Roma.'

A costumier hung out wigs, and masks, and débardeur garments next door to the restaurateur.

In five minutes a dozen turnings intervened between me and the costumier's shop.

An error on the part of the costumier is the cause of the apparent want of harmony in the fine proportions of Mdlle.

Fairyland never emerged from old sheds, a King may not even dream of a costumier.

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