Definition of wooer in US English:

wooer

noun

  • See woo

    • ‘Love, life, art, death, their limits and interrelations all combine in the witty dialogue of an artistically ‘dead’ actress and her lawyer and would-be wooer.’
    • ‘Fun-loving, spirited, humorous and attracted to outdoor amour, be warned that these high energy, exuberant wooers set a strapping pace.’
    • ‘These days we have heard of similar heroic undertakings by resolute wooers.’
    • ‘She has been immortalized by the author for she is no ordinary vamp but one who is not only a subtle wooer but a patient psychologist.’
    • ‘It helped her get into a fancy boarding school, for instance, but it also attracted superficial wooers looking for the ultimate status accessory.’

Pronunciation

wooer

/ˈwuər//ˈwo͞oər/