But some of the women on the show might have ulterior motives for taking part in The bachelor.
After receiving his bachelor's degree, Blankfein returned to Harvard for law school, then practiced as a tax lawyer.
The success this year of Modern Family, Castle, The bachelor, and Dancing With the Stars masks deeper problems at the network.
What would the bachelor mansion be with a hot tub or two casually waiting around the corner at any given moment?
Clooney, by contrast, is a 50-something (former) bachelor with a history of commitment issues.
If I am to remain a bachelor and you a maiden lady, why, the will of heaven be done!
She had merely to cross the road; he had half a mile to walk to his bachelor abode.
Am I to improvise a wife, in my own house, because a stray girl may object to visiting a bachelor?
Decatur Brown laughed—a light, irresponsible, bachelor laugh.
Miss Long seemed more engrossed in looking round Mr. Dampier's bachelor sitting-room.
c.1300, "young man;" also "youthful knight, novice in arms," from Old French bacheler (11c.) "knight bachelor," a young squire in training for knighthood, of uncertain origin, perhaps from Medieval Latin baccalarius "vassal farmer," one who helps or tends a baccalaria "section of land." Or from Latin baculum "a stick," because the squire would practice with a staff, not a sword. Meaning evolved from "knight in training" to "young unmarried man" (early 14c.). Bachelor party as a pre-wedding ritual is from 1882.