One that goes, especially a person who goes to a specified place frequently or regularly. Often used in combination: beachgoer; clubgoer. (noun)
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Use "goer" in a sentence
"Apparently Fox thinks the average movie-goer is too stupid for that."
"Two: They are a one-off commitment, so they have a certain measure of accessibility built in, and where that fails, the movie-goer is a bit more forgiving."
"It merely suggests that Ford, who campaigns as a church-goer is also, hypocritically, a bed-hopping bachelor."