masseuse masseuse


  • (n) a female massager


  1. She no longer has to work as a masseuse at a bath house.
  2. Police investigating Heath Ledger's death will not question Mary-Kate Olsen, whom Ledger's masseuse allegedly called three times on discovering the late actor's body.
  3. Another American man makes an elaborate, prideful point of not taking advantage of his Indian masseuse, only to find that he's being taken advantage of on every side.



  1. "It has been hard work and with help from the physio and masseuse," Tendulkar, who has not played a competitive match since March-end due to a groin injury, said.
    on May 12, 2008 By: Sachin Tendulkar Source: Rediff

  2. "Matty Hayden reckons if I got to 200 he would do a nude lap of the oval," Gillespie said. "I don't know if he will actually do it. Maybe at the end of the game. The problem is I was getting a massage last night by Lucy our (team) masseuse,...
    on Apr 19, 2006 By: Jason Gillespie Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  3. "I was actually getting a massage (last Friday) when my masseuse told me what Schubert had said," Hackett said. "But to me that's all rubbish until you get on the blocks."
    on Jul 1, 2008 By: Grant Hackett Source:

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