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noun as in unmarried man or woman

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See, his bosses keep borrowing his bachelor pad for their affairs, and he lets them, hoping to get promoted up a few floors.

Previously, he taught physics and English in Mozambique and Japan, and he has a bachelor’s in physics from Brown University.

He has bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Johns Hopkins University and a master’s degree in homeland security from the Naval Postgraduate School.

Lazear received bachelor’s and master’s degrees in economics from the University of California at Los Angeles, both in 1971, and a PhD in economics from Harvard University in 1974.

Ginsburg would go on to not only graduate high school, but also get her bachelor’s at Cornell and attend law school at Harvard and Columbia.

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This gives the show about the same real-life success rate as The Bachelor.

It was a bachelor party in Arizona, where a group of friends were venting their frustrations while using Tinder.

Clooney, by contrast, is a 50-something (former) bachelor with a history of commitment issues.

But by choosing this fauxhawked farmer, ‘The Bachelor’ promises to be as exciting as watching soybeans grow.

If ESPN is a sleek bachelor pad, ESPNW is the cottage next door filled with Activia and ultra-soft toilet paper.

As a good-looking young bachelor, though a detrimental, he had been very popular.

She thought the idol would consume them, for bachelor cooking was never intended for bachelor invalids.

The various lodgings of my bachelor days was never quite of the conventional sort.

They very much enjoyed their tête-à-tête dinner; as they had enjoyed many a one in Hartledon's bachelor days.

Children soon appeared on the scene; my bachelor days were over.


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On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bachelor, such as: celibate, single, stag, available, single person, and unattached.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.