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partygoer

noun; compounding
A guest at a party.
 
The partygoer as one who goes to a party is rather straightforward. Another possible definition of the word is a person who regularly attends parties.
Etymology : From party + goer. Party is from Old French and originally meant, in both languages, “part.” Goer is from go + the suffix er meaning one who does the verb it is appended onto.
Source : “The patient partygoers who were unable to attend the event” (“Students must act responsibly and respectfully when attending public parties,” Thresher article, 11-28-2017) www.etymonline.com
Last modified: 4 December 2017


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