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- n. someone who woos or courts
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who wooes; one who courts or solicits in love; a suitor.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who woos.
- n. One who promotes the marriage of another; a match maker.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a man who courts a woman
The wooer was a Mr. Child, son of a brewer at Abingdon, to whom the lady sent a challenge.
And as Evelyn Van Wyck fled through the sombre forest aisles before the too arduous advances of her slant-browed, skin-clad wooer, the door of the cabin opened, without the courtesy of a knock, and a skin-clad woman, savage and primitive, came in.
But wait until you hear the gorgeous "Some Enchanted Evening" and "This Nearly Was Mine" as sung by bass-baritone David Pittsinger, who portrays Emile de Becque, the smooth French wooer of the cockeyed American optimist, Ensign Nellie Forbush.
From Jennifer Love Hewitt to Jessica Simpson to Jennifer Aniston, this guy ` s a major wooer.
You must act be a wooer, and not expect the board simply to warm up to you right away.
One quickly gets the sense of a heart breaking, heart broken, and relentless wooer of women.
Ever the wooer, George Clooney typifies the Hollywood bachelor that will pretty much make any woman melt.
To thee, Orestes, I betroth my daughter according to the word of Phoebus, and good luck attend thee, a noble wooer nobly wived, and me the parent of thy bride!
There was that maiden in Oechalia, a girl unwed, that knew no wooer yet nor married joys; her did the Queen of Love snatch from her home across the sea and gave unto Alcmena's son, mid blood and smoke and murderous marriage-hymns, to be to him a frantic fiend of hell; woe! woe for his wooing!
For, as the wooer had begun to hold the refusal of the damsel as somewhat capricious and inexplicable after the degree of encouragement which, in his opinion, she had afforded;