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prommer

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Pronunciation: /ˈprɒmə
 
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Definition of prommer in English:

noun

British informal
A person attending a promenade concert and choosing to stand in the area without seating; a promenader: the prommers kept audience participation to a minimum
More example sentences
  • Actual prommers - ie, those who queue for cheap standing tickets - tend to come from London and are buying as eagerly as ever.
  • A new Weekend Promming Pass offers prommers around the country the chance to beat the queues and save money.

Words that rhyme with prommer

bomber, comma, momma

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