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What Does Courted Mean?

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Courted is a past participle of the verb "court." To court means "have a relationship with a mate". For example: Mary courted with Jack during her days in college. A courtship can often culminate into a marriage. The verb "court" also implies "trying to earn something." For example: Chanel courted a lot of fame and money for her achievements in perfumery.

The action of behaving in a certain manner in order to trigger a happening is also called as "courting." For example: The juvenile teenager courted disaster by resorting to drugs. To pamper, to charm or to flirt is also known as "courting". Used in past tense, an example of "court" in this sense can be: The enchanting actor courted his fan with a lot of charisma.
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Courted is a past participle of the verb "court." To court means "have a relationship with a mate". For example: Mary courted with Jack during her days in college. A courtship can often culminate into a marriage. The verb "court" also implies "trying to earn something." For example: Chanel courted a lot of fame and money for her achievements in perfumery.

The action of behaving in a certain manner in order to trigger a happening is also called as "courting." For example: The juvenile teenager courted disaster by resorting to drugs. To pamper, to charm or to flirt is also known as "courting". Used in past tense, an example of "court" in this sense can be: The enchanting actor courted his fan with a lot of charisma.

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