It will happen — and most ominously I feel that you are courting a dreadful retaliation, and that you will bring on yourself a great misfortune; but it is quite vain, I know, speaking to you.
He is courting his young love, with the great brown eyes and gentle voice.
It’s been telled me by one as knows, and has seen, that you walk with this same Mary Barton, and are known to be courting her; and her as spoke to me about it, thinks as how Mary loves you.
In England Wallingham, wearing it like a medal, seemed to be courting political excommunication with it, except that Wallingham was so hard to effectively curse.
Only Bruno must not know that you know, because he is so afraid that red‐haired Roma whom he is courting should hear of it.
The young man who is courting Elsie is a son of Toumes the builder.
He is courting an heiress just escaped from the nursery.