American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One that goes, especially a person who goes to a specified place frequently or regularly. Often used in combination: beachgoer; clubgoer.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which goes, runs, walks, etc.: often applied to a horse or a locomotive, etc., with reference to speed or gait, or to a watch or clock, with reference to time-keeping qualities: as, a good goer; a safe goer.
- n. A foot.
- n. One who, or that which, goes.
- n. A machine, especially a motor car, that performs well.
- n. UK, slang A person, often a woman, who enjoys sexual activity.
- n. obsolete A foot.
- n. obsolete A horse, considered in reference to its gait.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. obsolete A foot.
- n. A horse, considered in reference to his gait.
- n. someone who leaves
- go + -er (Wiktionary)
“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.”
“When you reflect that this advertisement appears, for instance, in every theatre programme, so that every theatre-goer is at any rate assumed to have a secret fantasy life in which he thinks of himself as a young man of fashion with faithful old retainers, the prospect of any drastic social change recedes perceptibly.”
“I can't hardly even begin to think about an issue that is less of a concern to any modern church goer, that is based more on a tendentious reading of nothing to any conversation whatsoever pertaining to life, science, and religion.”
“No one on the left could believe this intelligent rally-goer was the former drummer of the 1960s breakthrough band; no one on the left understood that an artist could be a tea partier.”
““We got a little carried away,” laughed one ball-goer.”
““We shouted, we screamed,” concert-goer Carol Pearsall told the newspaper after witnessing the proposal.”
“You see I am not the traditional conference goer of the 80's who arrives on time, sits quietly and pays attention.”
“While there is dance and performance art, much of what's on show places the emphasis on the gallery-goer.”
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