(en noun )
One who, or that which, goes.
- This antechamber has been filled with comers and goers .
Anything, especially a machine such as a motor car, that performs well, or operates successfully.
- She is an avid movie-goer .
(British, slang) A person, often a woman, who enjoys sexual activity.
- I bought her secondhand, but she’s a good little goer .
* 1990 , Hampton Charles, Advantage Miss Seeton , page 45,
- She’s a right little goer , I could hear her from next door.
* 2001 , Peter Buse, Drama + Theory: Critical Approaches to Modern British Drama , page 102,
- He winked at Parsons. “If I’m any judge, she must’ve bin a right little goer in ‘er day.”
* 2001 , Edna Walsh, Bedbound and Misterman , ISBN 1854596403, page 22,
- ‘(Intimate, man to man ) Eh, I bet she’s a goer , int she sunshine? She’s got a fair pair of knockers on her too.’
(obsolete) A foot.
- ‘I can tell that yer a right little goer , hey Larsie?!’ I call over two slappers and slip them a few hundred! Before I know it me and Lars and the two slappers are rolling around a giant bed with the hungriest genitals in Gay Paree!
(dated) A horse, considered in reference to its gait.
* (James Joyce)
- a safe goer
- I’d like nothing better this minute, said Mr Browne stoutly, than a rattling fine walk in the country or a fast drive with a good spanking goer between the shafts.
* away-goer UK
* ball-goer Ireland
* cafe-goer /
* festivalgoer / fest-goer / fair-goer
* no-goer UK
* school-goer / schoolgoer
* theatre-goer UK
* wedding-goer India