Definition of Corsetieres
1. corsetiere [n] - See also: corsetiere
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Corsetieres
Literary usage of Corsetieres
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Annual Proceedings: Addresses, Reports, Bibliographies and Discussions (1916)
"The Company has a house organ published monthly, devoted exclusively to the interests of its corsetieres and their clients. It is first of all educational. ..."
2. Literature and Insurgency: Ten Studies in Racial Evolution: Mark Twain by John Curtis Underwood (1914)
"... the account of her own, her maid's and her corsetieres' maneuvers with an impossible cage of silk and steel that is a very straight-jacket of torment to ..."
3. The American Woman Abroad by Blanche McManus (1911)
"... masters of the art of costume, the most exclusive perfumers, soap-makers, artist-milliners and furriers, the most modish corsetieres and the most expert ..."
4. Gal's Gossip by Arthur Morris Binstead (1899)
"... but the romantic subaltern who loves to accompany a girl to her corsetieres, or her bootmakers, to tell her how her things should fit her. ..."
5. Breakfast in Bed: Or, Philosophy Between the Sheets. A Series of by George Augustus Sala (1863)
"... of corsets altogether; while, for those who still adhere to those adjuncts to feminine symmetry, cunning Parisian corsetieres have devised on anatomico- ..."
6. Masters in Art: A Series of Illustrated Monographs (1903)
"From experience they are practical corsetieres. They will fit you with corsets adapted to your figure both for comfort and shape. ..."