Examples of groomsman in a Sentence
He asked his two closest college friends to be his groomsmen.
Recent Examples of groomsman from the Web
After obsessing over the smallest minutiae (the groomsmen's buttonholes for example) and dragging her bridesmaids to three consecutive weekends of wedding dress shopping, this bride-to-be said yes to a way over budget $10,500 dress.
Jacob Garrow and JesseJames Sobaski served as groomsmen.
Irving was a groomsman in Barnes' wedding, which was in Newport, Rhode Island.
All three were slated to be groomsmen in a wedding later that day at Holy-Field Vineyard & Winery in Basehor.
The wedding party included Hough’s brother Derek Hough, who served as a groomsman.
One of the groomsman, however, took him on a bonding expedition to a rock climbing gym in central Ohio.
After all, bridesmaids and groomsmen are up there with the folks getting married and are often featured prominently in many of the wedding photos.
There were no bridesmaids or groomsmen in the 22-person bridal party, a.k.a.
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First Known Use of groomsman
GROOMSMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of groomsman for English Language Learners
: a male friend or relative who helps a groom at his wedding
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