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taxidermist

Line breaks: taxi|der¦mist
Pronunciation: /ˌtaksɪˈdəːmɪst
 
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Definition of taxidermist in English:

noun

A person who practises taxidermy.
Example sentences
  • Wulsin referred to his bearers, cooks and taxidermists as his ‘army’.
  • During a shoot at a taxidermist's office, they ran into some difficulties.
  • John Gould made his name as a taxidermist and was a curator and preserver to the Zoological Society, in London.

Words that rhyme with taxidermist

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