from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person who grooms horses
- n. A brush used to groom horses
- n. An animal that grooms another (the groomee).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, grooms horses; especially, a brush rotated by a flexible or jointed revolving shaft, for cleaning horses.
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They said taxi drivers had been racially abused and a school teacher had been called a groomer.
He says the groomer was a private contractor who worked for the trainer.
A groomer is your only option at this point, and possibly a kitty sedative.
Online 'groomer' caught in sting - court A MAN was caught in a sting when the teenage girl he thought he was grooming online for sex turned out to be a police officer, a court has been told.
Arsefly does appear to be a bit of a "groomer" doesn't he?
Sue Hentschel, 54, a dog groomer in Harrison Township, Mich., says she has been told she looks 20 years younger since she lost 146 pounds.
The vet wants to hire a new groomer to work on the premises, and I thoroughly approve of this plan, but they haven't found anyone yet.
But I cannot wait until the vet gets a new groomer.
Well Zoe went to the groomer Saturday and she did great!
The former groomer at the Arlington Park Racetrack was convicted last month of having sexual contact with an animal, after a filly at the track was found tied awkwardly in her stall, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.