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Noun
An official court of law
“I ask you to please have respect for his family and to remember that this is a matter to be determined in court.”
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A body of people acting as a tribunal in civil and criminal cases
“When Laughton stood before the Court, he rested his case on three specific points.”
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A building for legal proceedings
“He had spent the day in court, testifying in a client case for my partner.”
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A demonstration of respect or deference
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“Statesmen came to pay court to the king.”
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A quadrangular area, surrounded by a building or group of buildings
“Surrounded by a broad moat, the palace buildings are arranged around a great inner court.”
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A quadrangular area used for games or events
“An outdoor court is available for guests to play tennis or basketball.”
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A sovereign's residence
“Red deer, along with various wildfowl and fish, were all important elements in the menus of the royal court of Henry VIII.”
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The courtiers, retinue, and household of a sovereign
“The king and his court, with the royal family and household at its center, were the focus and fulcrum of English government and politics.”
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The yard associated with or surrounding a barn
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Highest court of law
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Judiciary
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A place for discussion
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Place for athletic play
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A session or inquiry made before a court or jury
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Central building area
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A type of tribunal that deals with contentions between workers and companies
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Path upon which travel occurs
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One skilled in law or jurisprudence
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A small hotel or lodging establishment
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A legislature similar to the UK Parliament in other nations and states
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A path or other structured area on which to travel on foot
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Verb
To flirt with, or attempt to win over, a romantic interest
“I was attractive, or at least that is what the suitors would say when they came with the intention of trying to court me.”
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To be involved with (someone) romantically
“He would court her well, treating her like the angel that she was.”
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To pay special attention to (someone) in an attempt to win their support or favor
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“County elections, in particular, had become festive competitions, with candidates compelled to court voters with whiskey and barbecue.”
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To risk incurring (misfortune) because of one's behavior
“To venture out alone in these streets, at night, dressed like a wealthy man, would be to court disaster.”
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To seek or pursue an objective
“It is, therefore, wise not to over-estimate one's own merits and self. Rather, work hard and sincerely to court success.”
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Use flattery or coaxing in order to persuade someone to do something or give one something
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To flirt, especially in a manner that is unfaithful to one's significant other
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To take a chance on something that poses an obvious danger or risk
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(of a quality of skill) To foster the growth or development of
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To cause (someone) to have a liking for or interest in something
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To confront, or come up against, a given situation
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To sing or play a serenade (for someone)
Adjective
Of judges or the administration of justice
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