maquillage
[ mak-ee-ahzh ]
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Part of Speech noun
Origin + Etymology
19th Century; French from maquiller to make up
Synonyms
  • lipstick
  • blush
  • cosmetic
Antonyms
  • unavailable
Definition
make-up; cosmetics
Example
A) The maquillage was thick on her cheek, glistening in the light of the room. B) They often enjoyed the act of applying maquillage, feeling as if it was similar to painting a canvas.
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