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racegoer Line breaks: race|goer
Pronunciation: /ˈreɪsɡəʊə/

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Definition of racegoer in English:

noun

A person attending a race meeting, especially one who does so frequently.
Example sentences
  • There were certainly signs that racegoers were developing an interest in National Hunt by the time the last race had been run on Friday.
  • Up to 50,000 racegoers are expected to attend each day of Royal Ascot in York next year and the city's tourism and hospitality industry is gearing up.
  • I am a keen racegoer and enjoyed watching the Derby.

Words that rhyme with racegoer

shadower • widower

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