wooer[ woo ]SEE DEFINITION OF wooer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WOOER
All were well-mannered, hard-working, and pretty, and yet none has had a wooer.
She turned fiercely on her wooer, and her brown eyes flashed.
It was unfair to tie a girl with a promise when the wooer had only his rifle.
Perhaps you fancy there will be a wooer like Halfdan coming every day.
Other copies show that it must be the father, and not the wooer.
It was a hasty wooing, and the queen herself was first of all the wooer.
Is she to be distinguished from her wooer as she flits from him disdainfully?
Three rejoicings followed by sorrow: a wooer's, a thief's, a tale-bearer's.
Come hither, daughter, fine and fair, Here is a Wooer from Whitewater.
I Before I came as a guest, but now I have come as a wooer!'
Old English wogian, of uncertain origin and with no known cognates; perhaps related to woh, wog- "bent, inclined," as with affection.