Regroom



noun
1.
a bridegroom.
2.
a man or boy in charge of horses or the stable.
3.
any of several officers of the English royal household.
4.
Archaic. a manservant.
verb (used with object)
5.
to tend carefully as to person and dress; make neat or tidy.
6.
to clean, brush, and otherwise tend (a horse, dog, etc.).
7.
to prepare for a position, election, etc.:
The mayor is being groomed for the presidency.
8.
(of an animal) to tend (itself or another) by removing dirt, parasites, or specks of other matter from the fur, skin, feathers, etc.: often performed as a social act.
noun
1.
a person employed to clean and look after horses
2.
See bridegroom
3.
any of various officers of a royal or noble household
4.
(archaic) a male servant or attendant
5.
(archaic, poetic) a young man
verb (transitive)
6.
to make or keep (clothes, appearance, etc) clean and tidy
7.
to rub down, clean, and smarten (a horse, dog, etc)
8.
to train or prepare for a particular task, occupation, etc: to groom someone for the Presidency
9.
to win the confidence of (a victim) in order to a commit sexual assault on him or her

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