mannequin mannequin  /ˈmæ nə kɪn/


  1. (n) a woman who wears clothes to display fashions
  2. (n) a life-size dummy used to display clothes


  1. Pensive before the tub stood a wax mannequin clothed in green feathers, with long, bright red hair.
  2. A friend asked me to drive across the border from Geneva to Divonne, France, to pick up a mannequin she bought for her shop.
  3. The company dressed a mannequin with a black-and-white leaf print dress like the one Obama once wore on The View.


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    Summary: In this remake of Bill Lustig's 1980 horror film, the owner of a Los Angeles mannequin shop develops a dangerous obsession with a young artist.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: metacritic

  2. Two steps to save a life: Hands-Only CPR technique easy, effective

    A training mannequin helps participants learning CPR practice the proper placement of the hands at the center of the chest. - Photo courtesy of the American Heart Association
    on June 18, 2013     Source: The Rowlett Lakeshore Times

  3. Park Ridge police, paramedics honored for life-saving heroics

    For a moment, Robert Evans thought he was looking at something from a Halloween display. But the motionless figure hanging from the garage rafters with an electrical cord around her neck last October wasn’t a mannequin in a noose. It was a woman who, minutes earlier, prompted a call to the Park Ridge Police Department after she allegedly began causing a disturbance in the garage that belonged to ...
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Park Ridge Herald-Advocate

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  1. "When I imagine that (title) in the TV guide, I imagine I'm going to see Britney Spears kicking a baby or something like that," McDonald said recently from his downtown production office. "Whereas this - 'The Rawside of Die Mannequin' and...
    on Oct 27, 2008 By: Bruce McDonald Source: News1130

  2. "We pull up outside this sex shop and David gets out, pulls out a set of keys and walks in, and we're thinking, 'Oh my God, what have we got ourselves into here?' He says, 'Push the nipple on that mannequin over there,' so I pushed it and these...
    on Oct 20, 2007 By: Hugh Jackman Source: New York Post

  3. "He has just had enough of things with that operation, the leg and with what's happening with the mannequin, and he has been down," Brownless said.
    on May 30, 2008 By: Billy Brownless Source: Melbourne Herald Sun

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