Definition of serenader in US English:

serenader

noun

  • See serenade

    • ‘You can walk along manicured lawns with free roaming peacocks, experience the luxury of a gourmet meal complete with table-side serenaders, or find a private little jazz salon with an intimate dance floor seemingly made for two.’
    • ‘The men of the choir are the serenaders and the police officers; more time should have been devoted to blending their sound.’
    • ‘However, in both cases it is the serenader who, not being the right lover (and therefore in some way ‘false’), is unable to harness that power.’
    • ‘When the Swedish serenader and ukelelist played some intimate shows back in May, a lot of people were hearing him for the first time.’
    • ‘A birthday cake plus suitable serenaders were supplied in honour of the birthday of Peter, who was overwhelmed by the whole affair.’

Pronunciation

serenader

/ˌserəˈnādər//ˌsɛrəˈneɪdər/