[ US /ˈmænɪkjɝ/ ]
[ UK /mˈænɪkjˌɔː/ ]
  1. professional care for the hands and fingernails
  1. trim carefully and neatly
    manicure fingernails
  2. care for (one's hand) by cutting and shaping the nails, etc.
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How To Use manicure In A Sentence

  • Adele brushes her perfectly manicured fingertips atop the cold, smooth metal of the letter opener.
  • Indeed, one fashion stylist friend tells me that she likes to vary her phone cases according to the colour and style of her manicure. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nail salons offering manicures and pedicures are also quick and have the added benefit of improving your appearance.
  • The section of the island inhabited by the women is finely manicured and dotted with wooden houses on stilts.
  • The garden is split level with a paved area, a well manicured lawn and a shrubbery with water feature.
  • Others changed and went off for a game of football on one of the manicured lawns. Times, Sunday Times
  • I love having a pedicure and a manicure because it helps get them back in shape! The Sun
  • They took me back to the house and my aunt cleaned me up then gave me a manicure, filing my nails and painting them maroon.
  • Debbie states that, for many professional men, waxing is an extension of regular treatments like manicures and massages.
  • Hair styling and colouring, a manicure, fashion styling and photography are all included. Times, Sunday Times
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