Examples of suitor in a Sentence
He was her most persistent suitor, and she eventually agreed to marry him.
An unwanted suitor is buying up the company's stock.
Recent Examples of suitor from the Web
The fund plans to initially seek buyers for its stake among existing shareholders before reaching out to other potential suitors, the people said, asking not to be identified as the information is confidential.
The Welshman has just one year left on his current deal and has a number of suitors from across Europe.
Since that time, Williams has become an increasingly hot commodity, and has added Kentucky to a list of suitors that also includes Arizona, Arizona State, Gonzaga, Kansas, Oregon and others.
Stanford, Princeton, University of Texas and Cornell are on her list of suitors.
Owens has trimmed his list of suitors down to Ohio State, Maryland, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Texas Tech, Western Kentucky, VCU and Old Dominion according to Scout's Evan Daniels.
Confectioner Necco, maker of the most iconic of Valentine’s Day candies, has a message for potential suitors: Be Mine.
So, McQuiston figures the Pacers knew this was coming and will have a line of suitors eager to invest.
After many of the top prospects impressed at the combine — particularly at quarterback — the Browns and Colts GMs should have plenty of suitors.
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SUITOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of suitor for English Language Learners
: a man who wants to marry a particular woman
: a company that wants to take over another company
SUITOR Defined for Kids
legal Definition of suitor
- approved the merger before the suitor obtained a 10% stake
- —Wall Street Journal
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