courtship


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Synonyms for courtship

Synonyms for courtship

romantic attentions

Synonyms

Synonyms for courtship

a man's courting of a woman

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Sexually extravagant" is what Brian Preston of Liverpool John Moores University in England has called the species' investment in courtship display.
According to the study, female choice targets male courtship rather than mandible size, and that the two traits are not physically or genetically correlated.
We can then begin to build a much more detailed historical picture of courtship and marriage in this period than we can get from the historical archives.
Like us humans, relationships and courtship in the bird world takes many forms.
When couples practice a Godly Courtship and Engagement, they can have a more meaningful and fruitful relationship.
During the birds' display flight, which is part of the birds' courtship ritual, the birds spiral up, hundreds of feet in the air, and then spiral back down, landing in nearly the same spot they started.
The letters offer an interesting glimpse at the courtship of a future president and the woman he wanted to date, Claudia Alta Taylor Johnson, better known as Lady Bird, when she was just 22 and LBJ was 26.
ie said 42% of people opt for online courtship but still expect their would-be partners to turn on the charm.
You can't just have what you want; you also have to do some courtship and there is courtship on both sides and we study the market place processes by which those types of courtship are resolved.
We explored the relationship between size of individuals and courtship success in the kelp perch, Brachyistius frenatus, off the coast of southern California at Santa Catalina Island.
of Missouri-Kansas City) describes the courtship and marriage traditions among the upper, middle, and working classes of England during the 1830s through the 1910s.
THE romance and courtship of Prince William and Kate Middleton is about to be turned into a television movie.
A synopsis of the movie states: "The film chronicles the history of William and Kate - from the moment the students met at university through the ups and downs of their courtship.
This means plenty of advertising, lots of singing and courtship displays.
These hypotheses, which are not necessarily mutually exclusive, postulate either a mutual interest of both male and female in courtship or a conflict between the two.