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Hyphenation court
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Definitions and meanings of "Court"

What do we mean by court?

An extent of open ground partially or completely enclosed by walls or buildings; a courtyard. noun

A short street, especially a wide alley walled by buildings on three sides. noun

A large open section of a building, often with a glass roof or skylight. noun

A large building, such as a mansion, standing in a courtyard. noun

The place of residence of a sovereign or dignitary; a royal mansion or palace. noun

The retinue of a sovereign, including the royal family and personal servants, advisers, and ministers. noun

A sovereign's governing body, including the council of ministers and state advisers. noun

A formal meeting or reception presided over by a sovereign. noun

A person or body of persons that presides over the hearing of cases; a judge or panel of judges. noun

The building, hall, or room where cases are heard. noun

The session at which cases are heard. noun

An ecclesiastical court. noun

An open level area marked with appropriate lines, upon which a game, such as tennis, handball, or basketball, is played. noun

The body of directors of an organization, especially of a corporation. noun

A legislative assembly. noun

To attempt to gain; seek. intransitive verb

An enclosed space; a courtyard; an uncovered area shut in by the walls of a building, or by different buildings; also, a space opening from a street and nearly surrounded by houses; a blind alley.

(social) Royal society.

Attention directed to a person in power; behaviour designed to gain favor; politeness of manner; civility towards someone

The administration of law.

A place arranged for playing the games of tennis, basketball, squash, badminton, volleyball and some other games

1. The act of dating a person with the intent to marry. 2. A game where a black robe and some people in suits and ties dance around and pretend to establish justice on behalf of a terrorized victim of society. Urban Dictionary

To flirt with girls in a gentleman-like manner such as holding doors open and listening to what they wanna talk about and occasionally kissing their cheeks. Talking in French, Spanish or a British accent just to make them blush is also very acceptable. It takes a lot of work to become a beast court-er. The intention behind courting is not driven by lust but rather to win the heart of a lady by showing off intelligence in foreign culture, gentlemen manners, and even musical talent. Urban Dictionary

An annual popularity contest held during homecomings or proms. Voted by peers or students from the same grade level, the student body elects royalty, which consist of princes and princesses, whom represent the class before the eventual crowning of king and queen. Court is usually subjective and fall under cliques, but some turn up success stories or dreams come true. Either very hated, ignored, or coveted. Urban Dictionary

Back the days when things were more pure. To court meant to ask to date in the long lines of engagement to marriage. But now in the urban age " court " is a new reference mainly used in the black community. It now means to have sex with someone. Or planning on doing so. When you pronounce the word you pronounce it with a QWART ( long W sound ) QWWWHAHT Urban Dictionary

Court is cool... Why? She just is. Urban Dictionary

A fabulous girl who does whatever she wants, whenever she wants, and usually gets away with it because of her supremely good looks. fine,a ballah,effortless,crazy,thirsty, she can keep you on your toes Urban Dictionary

1.A camel toe on a girl;as in OUR CT Urban Dictionary

Courting is the experience of developing a deep relationship with someone, with a view to seeing if marriage is right for the couple, without the complexity of sexual intimacy being part of that relationship. Enabling each to find out everything about each other, developing unconditional love and trust, with out rushing things, to decide if this really is the person you want to spend the rest of your life with. Urban Dictionary

Dating is for fun. Courting is for marriage. Traditionally Courting would include no sexual activity but today that is not usually followed. Urban Dictionary

(n) A young man in a love relationship with a courtee with a declared intent of marriage. This term sandwiches date and fiance. Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Court

The word "court" in example sentences

The court next higher than a justice's court, is a court held in each county, generally called a _county court_, or _court of common pleas_. ❋ Andrew W. Young (N/A)

There is a court for the trial of persons guilty of disturbing the peace, and of such other minor offenses as are usually punishable by imprisonment in the county jail, called _police court_. ❋ Andrew W. Young (N/A)

In the state of New York the judge of this court is called _surrogate_, and the court is called _surrogate's court_. ❋ Andrew W. Young (N/A)

Undoubtedly, upon a writ of error to a State court, unless the record shows a case that gives jurisdiction, the case must be dismissed for want of jurisdiction in _this court_. ❋ E. N. [Editor] Elliott (N/A)

Of course some of my court appearances before the crowned heads of Europe are dear to me, not so much because they were _court_ appearances, but because of the graciousness and appreciation of the highly placed personages for whom I played. ❋ Frederick Herman Martens (1903)

Long before the hour set for the trial of the alleged Eunice Volrees on the charge of bigamy the court house yard and the corridors were full of people, but, strange to say, the _court room_ in which the trial was to take place, though open, was not occupied. ❋ Robert E. [Illustrator] Bell (1902)

Some held that the new court was a _de facto court_, and to be respected accordingly. ❋ Simeon E. Baldwin (1883)

In New York there is a "supremest" court, styled the _court of appeals_, which has the power of revising sundry judgments of the supreme court; and there is something similar in New ❋ John Fiske (1871)

So while it may sound weird, it turns out that obtaining a statement outside Miranda but not admitting it in court is lawful. ❋ Unknown (2010)

After that, Weber's next day in court is expected to be a Jan. 14 preliminary hearing. ❋ Unknown (2010)

Yep most of the statistical stuff you see in court from the so-called “experts” is junk. ❋ Unknown (2010)

Not bothering to show up in court is hugely disrespectful to the judge. ❋ Unknown (2010)

The part about non-miranidzed statements not being admissible in court is the remedy prescribed by the Supreme Court for when happens when the police violate the law. ❋ Unknown (2010)

Representing someone in court is NOT “supporting” that person. ❋ Unknown (2010)

"Denying our right to present this in court is a denial of justice that is indeed shocking," said Diane Horning, whose son, Matthew, was killed nine years ago in the terrorist attack at the World Trade Center. ❋ Clay Chiles (2010)

In a number of recent polls, the top female role model has been the singer Cheryl Cole, a hyper-feminine icon who has faced her own day in court, is as well known for her marital tribulations with footballer Ashley Cole as for her drive and determination, and apparently sells more magazines than just about any other UK cover star. ❋ Kira Cochrane (2010)

1. I [courted] her for a while but realized that she wasn't The One. 2. The innocent man went to court and was [thrown] in [prison] for five years. ❋ Jon Davis (2004)

John: "I've been trying to get with this smoking girl but nothing I'm doing is working!" [Axel]: "Maybe you should court her instead of just [hitting on] her like every other [douche bag] out there." ❋ Axel Sexypantalones (2011)

Girl 1: Are you gonna [vote] for Ashley, [the cheerleader]? Girl 2: No way! I'm gonna vote for that really nice and pretty [new girl]. ❋ Gareth (2005)

1. Dang man!, I've been going through a [dry spell] lately I NEED TO COURT! 2. Did you see [Kassie] at school today in that [mini skirt]? I so wanna COURT! ❋ Ceejae (2007)

[Court] is [soo] [cool]. ❋ Cassssssss (2004)

"Wow did you just see her?!" "Who court?" "YEAH. how did she just [get away with] that?!" "Because [she can]... [shes] court. would you stop her?" ❋ 6feettall (2009)

Yesterday i [walked] by some [fine] looking court on [these girls]. ❋ NHS-flordia (2008)

They enjoyed their carefree [courting] days, long walks in the sunshine, talking, getting to know each other [in great] depth, enjoying each others company as [true friends]. ❋ Snazzy-shazzy (2015)

Dating->Relationship->Courting->Engaged->[Married] ❋ Wizfriz (2011)

He is now my courte since [after the] last [date], so he calls me his [courtee]. ❋ Yinka Falade (2008)

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