Bachelor vs. Bachelorette

Bachelor vs. Bachelorette — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Bachelor and Bachelorette

Bachelornoun

A man who is not married.

Bachelorettenoun

An unmarried woman.

Bachelornoun

A man who has never been married.

Bachelorettenoun

(North America) An unmarried woman.

Bachelornoun

A man who is not married and is not involved in a serious romantic relationship.

Bachelorettenoun

(Canada) A very small bachelor (single room) apartment.

Bachelornoun

A person who has completed the undergraduate curriculum of a college or university and holds a bachelor's degree.

Bachelornoun

A male animal that does not mate during the breeding season.

Bachelornoun

A young knight in the service of another knight in feudal times.

Bachelornoun

A person, especially a man, who is socially regarded as able to marry, but has not yet.

Bachelornoun

The first or lowest academical degree conferred by universities and colleges; a bachelor's degree.

Bachelornoun

Someone who has achieved a bachelor's degree.

Bachelornoun

(Canada) A bachelor apartment.

Bachelornoun

(obsolete) An unmarried woman.

Bachelornoun

(obsolete) A knight who had no standard of his own, but fought under the standard of another in the field.

Bachelornoun

(obsolete) Among London tradesmen, a junior member not yet admitted to wear the livery.

Bachelornoun

A kind of bass, an edible freshwater fish (Pomoxis annularis) of the southern United States.

Bachelornoun

a man who has never been married

Bachelornoun

a knight of the lowest order; could display only a pennon

Bachelorverb

lead a bachelor's existence