Groom - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- someone employed in a stable to take care of the horses (syn: hostler, ostler, stableman)
- a man who has recently been married (syn: bridegroom)
The horses are being groomed for the competition.
She spent hours grooming herself.
She always seems to be perfectly groomed and neatly dressed.
He is being groomed to take over the company.
He is grooming his son for the directorship of the firm.
She was groomed as our next candidate.
Tim was being groomed for a managerial position.
Clare's been groomed to take her father's place when he retires.
Her hair is always perfectly groomed.
He is grooming his son to become his successor
He is always well-groomed
He made a toast to the bride and groom.
Everyone drank a toast to the bride and groom.
The groom wore a carnation in his buttonhole.
The bride and groom rode in a limousine from the church to the reception hall.
present participle: grooming
past tense: groomed
past participle: groomed