Definition of 'pedicure'
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My wife keeps nagging me to get a pedicure. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Give mum a massage or become a beautician for the day and spoil her with a manicure and pedicure. The Sun (2011)So there's no excuse not get a pedicure to go with them. The Sun (2006)Go to great lengths to get a pedicure, but wear mismatched underwear. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I love having a pedicure and a manicure because it helps get them back in shape! The Sun (2013)I opted for a pedicure and a massage. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Choose from a mini manicure, mini pedicure, mini facial or back neck and shoulder massage. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Get a pedicure, doll. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Treatments: Our spy had a neck and back massage and a pedicure. Times, Sunday Times (2007)All offer a range of extra treatments, from massage to pedicure, for a fee. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Molly: One of my friends just asked me to recommend a good place to get a pedicure. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Should I leave the class, get a pedicure or feign injury at opportune moments? Times, Sunday Times (2006)Should I get a pedicure? The Sun (2013)A FISH pedicure removes loose and dead skin. The Sun (2011)I got a fish pedicure myself - the sensation of fish nibbling your feet is actually pleasant - so bought another as a gift. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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