Third-person singular simple present indicative form of groom.(verb)
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Use "grooms" in a sentence
"There one of the grooms from the Court will meet you, and drive you to the house."
"The weddings, which entitled the grooms, often already married with families back home, to stay in the UK, were conducted by Brown usually without the knowledge of his congregation or church wardens."
"“True — ay — your horses — yes — I will call the grooms”; and sturdily did Caleb roar till the old tower rang again:"