Definition of groomsman
: a male friend who attends a bridegroom at his wedding
Examples of groomsman in a Sentence
He asked his two closest college friends to be his groomsmen.
Recent Examples of groomsman from the Web
There were no bridesmaids or groomsmen in the 22-person bridal party, a.k.a.
All three were slated to be groomsmen in a wedding later that Saturday at Holy-Field Vineyard and Winery in Basehor.
Gentle Reader: Being a groomsman does not constitute being on a blind date with a bridesmaid.
Wedding party: The couple chose eight bridesmaids and eight groomsmen, including siblings and friends from different periods of their lives.
Innis’ bandmates Mark Foster, Sean Cimino and Mark Pontius served as groomsmen in the large wedding party.
Prior to Conry, the Terps defensive coordinator was Kevin Warne, the current Georgetown coach who was also a groomsman in Benson's wedding.
The groomsmen for the wedding rented their tuxes from the shop Alba managed, while Rodney's suit was being made by another custom clothing company (Alba wouldn't name the company).
Other players served as groomsmen and their wives as bridesmaids.
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Definition of groomsman for English Language Learners
: a male friend or relative who helps a groom at his wedding
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