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DATE

THE DAY OF THE MONTH OR YEAR AS SPECIFIED BY A NUMBER. a day or year when a given event occurred or will occur. (dates) the years of a person's birth and death or of the beinning and end of a period or event. theperiod of time to which something belongs. asocial or romantic appointment. a musical or theatrical performance, especially as part of a tour.

ASK OUT

INVITE TO A SOCIAL OCCASION (ask someone out) invite someone out on a date

BREAK UP

(OF A GATHERING OR RELATIONSHIP) END OR PART COMPANY. chiefly Brit. end the school term.

GO OUT WITH

CONSENT OR AGREE TO. have a romantic or sexual relationship with.

BLIND DATE

A DATE WITH A PERSON ONE HAS NOT PREVIOUSLY MET, WITH A ROMANTIC OR SEXUAL AIM.

GET ENGAGED
HAVING FORMALLY AGREED TO MARRY

COUPLE

TWO INDIVIDUALS OF THE SAME SORT CONSIDERED TOGETHER two people who are married or otherwise closely associated romantically or sexually.

CUSTOMS

A TRADITIONAL AND WIDELY ACCEPTED WAY OF BEHAVING OR DOING SOMETHING THAT IS SPECIFIC TO A PARTICULAR SOCIETY, PLACE, OR TIME. Law established usage having the force of law or right.

TWINS

ONE OF TWO CHILDREN OR ANIMALS BORN AT THE SAME BIRTH something containing or consisting of two matching or corresponding parts

BOWER

A PLEASANT SHADY PLACE UNDER TREES.

FEMALE

OF OR DENOTING THE SEX THAT CAN BEAR OFFSPRING OR PRODUCE EGGS. a female person, animal, or plant.

MALE

OF OR DENOTING THE SEX THAT CAN FERTILIZE OR INSEMINATE THE FEMALE TO PRODUCE OFFSPRING. a male person, animal, or plant

NEST

A STRUCTURE OR PLACE MADE OR CHOSEN BY A BIRD FOR LAYING EGGS AND SHELTERING ITS YOUNG. a place where an animal or insect breeds or shelters. a snug or secluded retreat. a bowl-shaped object.

LAY
THE GENERAL APPEARANCE OF AN AREA OF LAND. the position or direction in which something lies: roll the carpet against the lay of the nap.

GOT TIRED

IN NEED OF SLEEP OR REST; WEARY.

GOT SCARED

CAUSE GREAT FEAR OR NERVOUSNESS IN; FRIGHTEN. (scare someone away/off) drive or keep someone away by frightening them. become scared.

GOT MARRIED

JOIN IN MARRIAGE. take as one's wife or husband in marriage. (marry into) become a member of (a family) by marriage. (of a parent or guardian) give (a son or daughter) in marriage.

GOT BORED

COME TO HAVE OR HOLD; RECEIVE. experience, suffer, or be afflicted with (something bad).

GOT MAD
THE ABILITY TO DO SOMETHING SO EXTREMELY WELL THAT IT CREATES A STATE OF MENTAL ILLNESS; expertise that reaches a point of insanity where even simple things like spelling words correctly is impossible.

GOT SICK

FEELING NAUSEOUS AND WANTING TO VOMIT.