verb (used with object)
Origin of groom
Examples from the Web for groom
Women threw rice on peshmerga fighters, a tradition practiced at Syrian weddings when neighbors welcome the bride and groom.
A couple on Merwedeplein got married on this day, and a friend captured the bride and groom leaving their apartment.
The charges against the groom as well as against a bridesmaid were dropped.
And Republicans have just founded a new organization to groom minorities in the party.Homophobia in GOP Makes It Hard for Party to Compete Nationally|Peter Beinart|February 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The groom has to give the bride a dowry to make the contract valid, and that dowry is for her and her alone to use as she wishes.Mohammad Was Not a Womanizer, and Other Common Misconceptions About Islam Debunked|Olga M. Davidson|September 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Another represented the Atkinson barouche, with its pair of horses, coachman and groom.Lafcadio Hearn|Nina H. Kennard
In a cloudy way he loathed the groom, and was foggily wondering why.The President|Alfred Henry Lewis
The note was taken over to Blaythorn, as all notes were that were despatched from Kencote, by a groom on horseback.The Eldest Son|Archibald Marshall
Davis, the groom, has just found a gentleman lying dead in the drive outside.Hushed Up|William Le Queux
And then the bride and groom went to see the old great-aunt over at Dunbarton.The Virginian|Owen Wister