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Definition of "manicuring" [manicuring]

  • Present participle of manicure. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "manicuring" in a sentence
  • "Una's own finger-tips were hard with typing; her manicuring was a domestic matter of clipping and hypocritical filing."
  • "Farina finds the pride that keeps this guy going, the crumbling sense of self-esteem that can be bolstered by carefully manicuring his mustache or his nosehairs with a small scissors, or putting a mirror-shine on his shoes."
  • "He wasn't interested in manicuring acts for the world stage or shaping pop stars, says veteran record collector and turntablist Dante Carfagna, who recently spent a year or so digging through the Boddie Recording Company archives to compile a three CD box set for the Chicago-based reissues label Numero."