courtshipnoun

  • ja結婚までの交際期間
  • enthe time when two people have a romantic relationship before they get married and the process of developing this relationship

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Pam has always lived her life to the fullest.
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Just consider her marriage to rocker Tommy Lee after a whirlwind four-day courtship back in 1995.
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Soon, soon, soon.
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- We wanna have babies. - Yes.
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His courtship of a potential bride involves negotiating on farm equipment.
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"The thing is, we were hanging out with her father the other night,
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looking at a farm catalogue.
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And next thing I know, he wants to lease a tractor with me.
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Ugh."
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He is determined to marry Melissa, even though he doesn’t like her,
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because he thinks she’s a suitable partner
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and the length of their courtship necessitates a proposal.
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“We’ve been dating for 3 years.
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It's time.
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This is how it works.”
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While both plot summaries are technically accurate,
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what I missed as a younger man was an understanding of how movies often present stalker-like behavior
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as a harmless or endearing part of romantic courtship.
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"How did you do that?
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I know your face so well, I could've done it with my eyes closed."
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2019 was a roller coaster in love for everyone.
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With so many changes in the world of A-list courtship, us regular folk were busy living for the goss,
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giving our two cents on every breakup, make up, and newfound budding romance.
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These are the most devastating celebrity breakups of 2019.
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In some versions of the trope, men abduct women for the purpose of finding love.
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"You make courtship a little more strenuous than I like it."
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In some cultures, kissing is such an important aspect of courtship
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that it can determine whether or not two lovers will stay together.
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A survey conducted by evolutionary psychologist Gordon G. Gallup, Jr. and his colleagues found
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that 59% of 58 men and 66% of 122 women admitted there had been times
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when they were attracted to someone only to find that their interest evaporated after their first kiss.
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The source added, "Harry has a very close relationship with his grandmother.
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He wanted the Queen's approval.
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It's why he took Meghan to spend time in Windsor and a lot of their courtship was conducted in Windsor.
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It's why he took Meghan to meet the Queen at Buckingham Palace.
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I have been pleasantly surprised by how readily the Queen, particularly, has welcomed Meghan into the Royal Family."
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Is this true?
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- That John Mayer was involved in your courtship with your husband? - Yeah, without consent.
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- Or unwittingly, he didn't know. - Right.