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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishldoce_215_bmannequinman‧ne‧quin /ˈmænəkɪn/ noun [countable]  1 DCCa model of the human body, used for showing clothes in shop windows2 ldoce_215.png old-fashionedDCC a woman whose job is to wear fashionable clothes and show them to people syn model
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mannequinShe allowed herself to be posed like a mannequin, but drew in on herself when he let her go.Her skin was clear and pure, like the plastic on a mannequin.And then it just lies there on the screen, with all the inert charm of a well-dressed mannequin.His new inamorata is a 22-year-old mannequin named Jennifer.The dancers would dance, the mannequin would shiver and give birth to the green girl.The mannequin, pictured below, will be unveiled in Selfridges in London.
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