other words for wooing
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Last privately valued at more than $1 billion, according to equity-tracker PitchBook, Symphony could be a handy add-on for a cloud company interested in wooing Wall Street.
That might sound too woo-woo, too undisciplined to crack the sophisticated surface of a modern poem, but I found it takes a lot more discipline to withhold one’s judgment, to muzzle one’s consternation and simply let the lines work.
The terms were enough for a16z to win the deal against some tough competition, including Benchmark, which was also trying to woo Github at the time, as general partner, Peter Fenton, said recently.
The princesss father opposes his wooing, jealous as he is of the heros renown.
In the wooing of Lady Anne there was both heart and passion, but the mood was that of lightsome duplicity.
Harold, on his side, was conscious that the interest of his wooing was not standing still.
Clearly the time of wooing had been too short and feverish to lead up to a placid married life.
Of such sort are the coxcombs who boast about wooing and winning their wives.
But this one had long since determined the manner of his wooing and was not to be driven from it.
"Happy is the wooing that is not long a-doing," and Milan's wooing was as brief as it was blissful.
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