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Feb 17, 2021 · Verb. court (PLEASE) court (TRY TO GET) court (RELATIONSHIP) court controversy/danger/disaster, etc.

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What does it mean to court something?
[transitive] court something (formal) to try to obtain something He has never courted popularity. invite something bad. [transitive] court something (formal) to do something that might result in something unpleasant happening to court danger/death/disaster As a politician he has often courted controversy.
Can trial be used as a verb?
It can also refer to a hardship. It is commonly used in phrases like trial and error and trial by fire. It is most commonly used as a noun but it can also be used as an adjective and a verb.
Is glimmering a verb?
Is the Word judge a verb?
verb (used with object), judged, judg·ing. to hear evidence or legal arguments in (a case) in order to pass judgment; adjudicate; try: The Supreme Court is judging that case. to form a judgment or opinion of; decide upon critically: You can't judge a book by its cover.
2 days ago · court verb [T] (PLEASE). to try to please someone in the hope of receiving that person's support, approval, or affection, or ...
7 days ago · First Known Use of court-martial. Noun. 1651, in the meaning defined at sense 1. Verb. 1833, in the meaning defined above. Keep scrolling for more ...
12 hours ago · court verb uses. (kɔːʳt ). Word forms: 3rd person singular present tense courts , present participle courting , past tense, past participle courted. 1. verb. To court ...

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4 days ago · QUIZZES. Outwit The Snollygosters With This Word Of The Day Quiz! START THE QUIZ. WORDS RELATED TO GO TO COURT. litigate. verbbring matter before ...
Feb 4, 2021 · verb (used with object) · to suspend the meeting of (a club, legislature, committee, etc.) to a future time, another place, or indefinitely: to adjourn the court. · to defer ...
8 days ago · To summon to appear before a court of law. verb. 4.
Feb 9, 2021 · To order to appear in or report to court by means of a summons. The defendant was summonsed to the district court. verb. 1. 0. To serve with a summons. verb. 1.
Jan 30, 2021 · VerbEdit. court-martial (third-person singular simple present court-martials, present participle (US) court-martialing or (UK) court-martialling, ...

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