Definition of groomsman in English:

groomsman

Syllabification: grooms·man
Pronunciation: /ˈgro͞omzmən, ˈgro͝omz-
 
/

noun (plural groomsmen)

North American
A male friend officially attending the bridegroom at a wedding.
More example sentences
  • A bachelor party is for the groom, the groomsmen and selected male friends.
  • When Peter and Pavel were young men back in Russia, they were asked to be groomsmen for a friend.
  • She's already asked you to be a groomsman at the wedding.

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