Definition of Coiffeurs
1. coiffeur [n] - See also: coiffeur
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coiffeurs
Literary usage of Coiffeurs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Court of the Tuileries: From the Restoration to the Flight of Louis Philippe by Catherine Charlotte Jackson (1884)
"A Pleasing Novelty—Ancient Customs—An Offering of Fruits and Wine—Just a Glimpse of Royalty—Fashionable coiffeurs —Very distressing —A Brilliant ..."
2. Parisian Sights and French Principles, Seen Through American Spectacles by James Jackson Jarves (1855)
"called forth the genius of the coiffeurs. At once down went the towering piles, like castles in the clouds. Every lady at court appeared with a flat head. ..."
3. Gossip from Paris During the Second Empire: Correspondence (1864-1869) of by Anthony B. North Peat (1903)
"... and thus was the idea of Messieurs les coiffeurs carried out A party of the gentler sex, bearing capillary edifices of the most varied description, ..."
4. The Cabinet of Curiosities: Or, Wonders of the World Displayed, Forming a (1824)
"After having informed us that there exist above 1200 coiffeurs de dames at ... Shortly afterwards, the case in favour of the coiffeurs was ordered to be ..."
5. The Book of Costume: Or, Annals of Fashion: From the Earliest Period to the by Mary Margaret (Stanley) Egerton Wilton, Lady of rank (1846)
"During the researches and inquiries which were made, it was discovered that there were actually 1200 coiffeurs des dames in Paris. ..."