groomsman

[ groomz-muh n, groo mz- ]SEE DEFINITION OF groomsman

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That very evening Fred came in the store to ask me to be his groomsman.

Roland Bayard, as groomsman, opened the ball with the bride.

Then the priest told him the place he was to go to, and the groomsman left him.

Say, I think that you are the nicest fellow I ever met—I do, indeed,—and you have got—to be my—groomsman.

In this we have the origin of 'groomsman,' or 'best man,' of our time.

I had an idea of it, when I invited him to act as groomsman.

Page 104, changed comma to period after "groomsman with Virginia."

Meanwhile, remember, of course, that you must be my groomsman.'

Tom Eddy is going to be groomsman and Emma Wheeler bridesmaid.

He acted as groomsman, with the air of someone walking on eggs.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR GROOMSMAN

best man

nounbridegroom's attendant
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