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groom in Clothes & fashion topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgroomgroom1 /ɡruːm, ɡrʊm/ ●●○ noun [countable]  1 MARRYa bridegroom2 BODSHsomeone whose job is to feed, clean, and take care of horses
Examples from the Corpus
groomDid I care that he smelled like a groom?A groom ran forward to hold their horses while another ambled off to tell Sir Thomas of their arrival.The tears which coursed down his cheeks were not for the head groom.The fool was very grateful, and so was the groom, because he had found one fool greater than his wife.Was the groom willing to swear.The groom remained hanging on to the canopy railing, his face smeared with dirt, his shirt torn and flapping.