suitor


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Synonyms for suitor

Synonyms for suitor

a man who courts a woman

one that asks a higher authority for something, as a favor or redress

one who humbly entreats

Synonyms for suitor

a man who courts a woman

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The family received a marriage proposal for Komal but Asif allegedly did not want his elder daughter to get married to the suitor in question.
Long-simmering speculation that Twitter is putting itself up for sale has boiled over in recent weeks, with the share price buoyed by unconfirmed talk that business-cloud software titan Salesforce, Google and other Silicon Valley titans were expected to be suitors.
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After concluding its due diligence on the target, the suitor said it had confirmed the price of a possible offer to Andor's board.
The actor, who is on a hunt to find Mr Right through the show, never tires of unearthing innovative but at the same time gimmicky ways to select the right suitor.
Kid Suitor, one of two Richard Hannon runners, and Grey Mirage hold a fitness advantage at the bottom of the handicap having raced and won on the all-weather in the last month.
The suitor typically hires a CPA firm and a law firm to help it complete this process.
The suitor therefore must evaluate those ideas or concepts.
The bank could then choose a preferred suitor to start exclusive talks or add a third round to the auction, two of the sources said.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-18 March 2010-Electrolux pointed as suitor for Daewoo Electronics(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Summary: Cadbury's US suitor Kraft has confirmed that the two companies are "finalising the terms" of a recommended takeover deal.
Lysette didn't want an arranged marriage, but began to warm up to the idea when her suitor was her ideal man.
One of the victims complained to Jeddah police recently that the suspect extorted from her SR70,000, posing sometimes as a matchmaker and at other times as a highly placed suitor who desired her to be his companion for life.
This can occasionally read like a "six degrees of separation" game, as it does in the chapter on Hilton Young, Virginia's first serious suitor.
The suitor that shows up next, though, faces triple the risk of becoming a meal instead of a mate.