Definition of conventioneer
: a person attending a convention
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Mayor Catherine Pugh will welcome the conventioneers to town.
This is especially true when thousands of conventioneers fork over $17.95 for the thing every week.
On top of that, there are growing worries that conventioneers and other visitors might be drawn to the East Windsor casino, bypassing city restaurants and attractions.
The conventioneers were sticking with beer from a nice list that includes Drake’s 1500, Anchor Steam lager and Alameda IPA on tap ($8), as well as 17 bottled domestic and import choices.
Back in iDevices’ smart home, about fifteen of us conventioneers crowded into the room, which was tastefully furnished in beige and gray.
In the next couple of weeks, conventioneers from blue and red states will converge on Denver and Minneapolis-St.
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: a person who goes to a convention (sense 1)
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