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courtverb

  • ja口説く、言い寄る
  • ento attempt to gain someone's attention, favor, affection, or love

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Sister Jessa married at 21.
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And Jinger made it official at 22.
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As for Joy, she said "I do" at just 19.
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And it all could be due to the fact that the Duggars court rather than date.
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When Jill Duggar introduced '19 Kids & Counting' viewers to her future husband, Derick Dillard,
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fans were beyond happy Jill had found "the one."
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A college grad, Dillard held a lucrative accounting job at Walmart when the couple started courting.
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When a male is in the mood to mate,
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he just jumps on the nearest female without bothering to court her first.
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If she’s not into it, she can actually block her vagina with a hard genital shield ⁠—
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sort of like a chastity belt ⁠— and hope that he moves on.
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The Duggars have made no secret of the fact that they lead their lives in strict accordance with their Independent Baptist faith.
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That means the children can't date.
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They court, and only when the time is right.
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What's more, they don't court without a chaperone:
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"I was just wondering if you wanted to make it official and wanted to officially court me."
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"To challenge them is to court death."
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Thanos simply smiled at the words, which is so Thanos.
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And, at the time, it seemed like a wink to the audience members
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who knew that comic book Thanos had a massive crush on the bony lady known as Death.
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And he literally wanted to court her.

Other meanings for court...

courtnoun

  • ja法廷、裁判所
  • ena place where legal cases presided by judges and/or officials are heard
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Welcome to the Mother Court.
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The highest-profile trial court in America.
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This session of court is now open.
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The state calls Comrade Khomyuk.
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I would like to submit to the court that...
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Your Honor is welcome to dine at Sweet Song anytime!
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Now, 18 years after he was sent to prison,
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convicted murderer Adnan Syed heads back to court as questions about his case continue to surface.
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Order! Order in the court.
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Wait, am I even supposed to be at work today?
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Yes, Your Honor.
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That was not my intention to discuss this matter in open court.
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But Miss Atwood refused to even hear my offer yesterday.