a person or thing that goes: We sat in the lobby watching the comers and goers.
a person who attends frequently or habitually (usually used in combination): churchgoer; moviegoer.

1350–1400; Middle English; see go1, -er1

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goer (ˈɡəʊə)
1.  a.  a person who attends something regularly
 b.  (in combination): filmgoer
2.  an energetic person
3.  informal an acceptable or feasible idea, proposal, etc
4.  informal (Austral), (NZ) a person trying to succeed

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Example sentences
My mom's a big beach-goer and is pretty particular on her sunning spots.
He was not a play-goer, being of such fastidious taste that he was easily disgusted by the bad filling up of the inferior parts.
And often much closer than a museum-goer could ever be.
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