Entry from US English dictionary
The person, typically a young boy, who ceremoniously bears the rings at a wedding.
- The wedding music sounded and the bride's maids and the ring bearer began to walk down the aisle.
- Mackie can be the ring bearer and my sisters can be the flower girls.
- Who's going to be our ring bearer and flower girl?
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Syllabification: ring bear·er
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