depilate

VERB
  1. remove body hair
    epilate her legs
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How To Use depilate In A Sentence

  • I wondered who would dress my hair and depilate me tomorrow: what should I wear? Wildfire
  • After being bathed, depilated and doused in sweet heavy perfumes, queens and commoners alike are portrayed sitting patiently before their hairdressers, although it is equally clear that wigmakers enjoyed a brisk trade.
  • They carry me under a half-lowered blast shield that looks nuke-proof, then through a vault door, and finally into a series of cold, concrete rooms where I am fingerprinted and photographed, palpated and probed, swabbed, scanned, and scrubbed, deloused and depilated. Masked
  • Podium girls are well rehearsed, gracious, and poised under very difficult circumstances ... including being kissed and groped by sweaty, depilated men wearing barely enough to cover their testosterone patches. Ax(e) Me No Questions and I'll Tell You No Lies: Earnest Goes to Camp
  • Will this colour and fabric show the half-moon marks I will inevitably sweat out; will this result in bizarre tan lines; have I depilated sufficiently to support this sort of hemline; will the embellishment on this top prove OTT when worn in combination with my metal-rim aviator Ray-Bans; and will this work as well without tights?" are just some of the difficulties the sun-dresser encounters. What I bought this week: hot clothes for hot days
  • True, but even men these days are feeling compelled to depilate in an effort to look more Taylor Lautner than Robin Williams. Leslie Goldman: Do Women Have to Be Hairless to Be Sexy?
  • Do you depilate with the same creme you use for your beard? "I cannot for the life of me understand why anyone who ever read her blog would want to meet her in person let alone marry her..."
  • Still in the grip of the nightmare's terror, he went into the bathroom, depilated, showered, steamed, and air-washed for ten minutes. Wild Dreams of Reality, 5
  • They carry me under a half-lowered blast shield that looks nuke-proof, then through a vault door, and finally into a series of cold, concrete rooms where I am fingerprinted and photographed, palpated and probed, swabbed, scanned, and scrubbed, deloused and depilated. Masked
  • Amanda Holden, the sole female judge, whose glamor my friend's daughter wishes to emulate, raised her bare, depilated arms and rested them at the back of her beautiful blond head. Amitava Kumar: On Susan Boyle
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