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Definition of "courting" []

  • Present participle of court. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "courting" in a sentence
  • "The Germans were, therefore, engaged actively in courting favour with that Movement all over the world."
  • "This is why Mitt Romney was the least dangerous of the Republican field because he understands reality despite being completely shameless in courting the primary electorate."
  • "For those wineries who are willing to become more proactive in courting customers in the ways that THE CUSTOMER PREFERS to be communicated with such as social media, this could work to their great advantage by creating long-term relationships and winery brands that aren't so easily dismissed or forgotten."