Groom [noun]

Definition of Groom:

man being married

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Sentence/Example of Groom:

In the story, a woman named Rena mourns the loss of her sister against the rom-com backdrop of a missing groom, a road trip and an interracial wedding party hookup.

To convince them, the broker told them that the groom lived in Delhi and Sahar would not be too far away from home.

They were given a false age of the groom and were told that he only had one child from his previous marriage.

A groom is a chap, that a gentleman keeps to clean his 'osses, and be blown up, when things go wrong.

Throwing up the window, he saw his young son attempting to mount the groom's pony: the latter objecting.

Lady Hartledon driving, the boy-groom sitting beside her, and Eddie's short legs striding the pony.

But the groom who took care of them sprang instantly after them, and kept swimming beside them, guiding and cheering them.

A former groom; born about 1767; short, thickset, wife-led, one-eyed.

"M. le Marquis de Pont Brillant, madame," replied the groom, with a strong English accent.

He was alone, having sent his groom to the chteau to inform the marquise of his change of plans.