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To spend time improving one's (or someone else's) appearance
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“If I grab an extra hour of sleep, hurriedly shave and groom myself before rushing off to work, I will find myself facing circumstances that I cannot manage.”
To make something look (more) presentable
“Women here and there did the laundry, helped groom the rooms in the Pinecone Hotel and, in general, performed the services that men were loathe to do.”
To brush or comb in order to make presentable
“Arthur began to groom the horse's coat the best he could through the blurry vision that took over his eyesight.”
To prepare oneself for an event or task
“I followed Amber's example and went to my room to groom myself for the hours ahead.”
To train or instruct someone for a role or task
“He said the current system made it difficult for any coach to groom players as they could be snatched by those with too much money.”
To train so as to cause to be accustomed to, or ready for, something
To develop or perform work on something to improve it
To clip or trim with shears or a shearing tool
Plural for a man who is going to marry or has just been married
“I held back tears watching the beaming groom look on as his stunning bride walked down the aisle.”
Plural for a person employed to take care of horses
“I get my own horse, with a personal groom to take care of it.”
Plural for a recently married person
Plural for a person employed at an inn, hostelry, or stable to look after horses
Plural for a person who is loved, especially in a romantic or amorous relationship
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