[ US /ˈstaɪɫɪst/ ]
[ UK /stˈa‍ɪlɪst/ ]
  1. someone who cuts or beautifies hair
  2. an artist who is a master of a particular style
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How To Use stylist In A Sentence

  • If the stylist is still alive and well today, it’s only because Ms. Houston hadn’t also tripped over the long train on that gown, but I’d venture a guess that his or her days of working for Whitney are Oh-Oh-Ooooh-Oh-ver. Whitney Houston wardrobe malfunction: Yikes, she really didn't need that... | EW.com
  • And the prints represent Abstract Expressionism's entire stylistic range, from fast and visceral to cool and ethereal.
  • The unposed, rather awkward-looking, front-on shots remind us that fashion is not all about celebrity and stylists.
  • I don't think we should be ruled (in stylistic matters) by teachers of Freshman Comp. Passive Voice Should Be Avoided, Especially in Blog Post Titles
  • One number rocked, one swung - stylistically it was all over the place, and much the better for it.
  • She will spend a week relaxing in the Californian sunshine with a select team of stylists hand-picked from across the globe.
  • That said, the compression and reticence of Italian high modernist poetry are still prominent stylistic features in Italian verse.
  • He was one of the finest American prose stylists of the twentieth century - is also on the list.
  • She has spent so much time in there, her entourage have been forced to speak to her stylist and hairdresser to find out how she is. The Sun
  • Learners at the advanced stage use their own creativity and seek delicate discriminations of meaning, stylistic niceties, subtleties of culture and discourse, and greater acquaintance with the language.
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