a person or thing that goes: We sat in the lobby watching the comers and goers.
a person who attends frequently or habitually (usually used in combination): churchgoer; moviegoer.
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How to use goer in a sentence
Event goers are asked to wear masks while browsing for that rare find.The best things to do in the D.C. area the week of Sept. 23-29 | Fritz Hahn, Anying Guo, Chris Kelly, Adele Chapin, Haben Kelati | September 23, 2021 | Washington Post
DaCosta hopes that her new Candyman will both provide big scares in theaters while also forcing audience goers to reckon with the impacts of displacement and gentrification.How Candyman Reclaims the History of Cabrini-Green | Andrew R. Chow | August 27, 2021 | Time
This is the moment, the one that Disney Imagineers and park goers alike have been waiting decades to realize.Disney Imagineering’s Project Kiwi is a free-walking robot that will make you believe in Groot | Matthew Panzarino | April 23, 2021 | TechCrunch
For bar goers who don’t want to leave Fido at home, Bark Social just opened in Bethesda.
It’s thrilling and delightful when party goers find connections — but not unexpected.
The exhibit-goer was then led into a room outfitted with a table and two chairs.How Likable Is Alec Baldwin After His ‘New York Magazine’ Confessional? | Amy Zimmerman | February 26, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
This self-aware midnight premiere-goer exhibited a bit more self-awareness than some of the other crying fans.
A good neighbour and a regular church-goer, honest and industrious—let us hope that these qualities will be taken into account.The World Before Them | Susanna Moodie
He is a steady lad,’ your father said, ‘and a canny goer; and I doubt not he will come safe, and be well liked where he goes.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 10 (of 25) | Robert Louis Stevenson
I'm an old play-goer and I've an unbounded belief in my own judgement.The Tragic Muse | Henry James
She's not a bad goer, and weatherly, I think, all will call her.The Two Admirals | J. Fenimore Cooper
What he thought of Presbyterians we know, and he was never a church member, or indeed a church-goer.Obiter Dicta | Augustine Birrell
British Dictionary definitions for goer
a person who attends something regularly
(in combination): filmgoer
an energetic person
informal an acceptable or feasible idea, proposal, etc
Australian and NZ informal a person trying to succeed
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