Courting [verb]

Definition of Courting:

fawn over, pay attention to

Opposite/Antonyms of Courting:

Sentence/Example of Courting:

In emergency applications, the court often does not explain its reasoning, nor does it provide a breakdown of the vote.

Winston believes he’ll be able to handle to any situation thrown at him on the court.

This week, attorneys for The Post wrote to the court, protesting the decision to permit the case to move forward confidentially.

Paul’s shooting ability should create more space for Booker to operate in the half-court, and Williams can stagger their minutes to ensure a quality lead playmaker will always be on the court.

They will experiment with lineups, and Brooks wants to give him opportunities on court when warranted.

Each of the sources acknowledged that any state and federal lawsuits have not been finalized, meaning that investigators could still alter their thinking, potentially to maximize their potency in court.

Don’t bet against the Mavericks being one of the West’s best regular season teams this season, assuming Kristaps Porzingis is back on the court relatively soon after a meniscus injury.

Then he was arrested for campaign finance violations and tax evasion and admitted in court that the president had personally directed him to help cover up a potential sex scandal.

He played only 12 games for the Illawarra Hawks in Australia’s National Basketball League and hasn’t taken the court in nearly a year.

He’s going to get some opportunities, but I’m looking forward to getting him on the practice court.