Pronunciation of Court
/kˈɔːt/, /kˈɔːt/, /k_ˈɔː_t/
Synonyms for court:
goalpost, right of appeal, retrial, head of state, the right wing, crease, butter up, realm, suck up, high court, rule, unplayable, penalty area, grandstand, kangaroo court, docket, litigation, sultanate, live together, hearing, hard court, succession, court of appeals, ruling, goal line, dally with, ruler, sideline, district court, legal aid, home-field advantage, viceroy, street, home-court advantage, baseline, plea bargaining, regency, legal action, gymnasium, the left wing, moot court, paternity suit, the Old Bailey, coronation, chancery, superior court, open-and-shut case, dethrone, throne, propitiate, crossbar, yard, accede, kiss up to, Magistrates' Court, inquest, regent, reign, touchline, royal, show trial, kowtow, depose, pretender, Crown Court, kingship, class action, stay together, mistrial, tramlines, bowl, divine right, Astroturf, committal, county court, dugout, test case, cohabit, royal prerogative, proceedings, appeals court, crown, goalmouth, dynasty, atrium, hold together, accession, sovereignty, commoner, interregnum, playing field, balancing act, the Supreme Court, law court, submission, quad, lawsuit, store up, small claims court, brown-nose, incriminate, mall, cause, patio, enthrone, due process, abdicate, fool around, enclosure, remand, penalty spot, bleachers, woodwork.
turf, midfield, alley, steady, quadrangle, invite, look for, practice, cloister, precedent, The, vamp, government, live with, grass, dissent, clay, home ground, trial, ground staff, cut off, initiate.
serious, cheat, date.
pitch, go out.
kiss up to.
Other synonyms and related words:
baseline, invite, dissent, crossbar, apostrophize, fawn, ruler, tourist court, atrium, judicial system, courtroom, go with, cloister, motor lodge, interregnum, home, jurist, cheat, motor inn, mash, pursue, backyard, carry on, place, go together, brown-nose, approach, enclosure, accuser, kangaroo court, motel, judicatory, coronation, vamp, coquet, depose, appeal, sovereignty, commoner, clay, viceroy, great, accede, quadrangle, bowl, plaza, flatter, accession, homage, steady, lawcourt, pamper, hall, litigation, royal court, chat up, gymnasium, serious, salute, committal, cost, together, quad, rule, justice, succession, dugout, apartment house, wing, butterfly, courtyard, dethrone, inquest, ruling, hail, regent, playing field, law court, patio, crawl, Astroturf, grovel, provoke, address, turf, district court, play, yard, grass, accost, judge, remand, docket, woodwork, crown, hearing, philander, solicit, cohabit, motor hotel, crease, tempt, cause, unplayable, beak, regency, ask for, practice, surface, date, dynasty, hook, suit, action, kingship, box, tap, look for, The, case, government, judgeship, beg, street, propitiate, chancery, alley, adjudicator, house, coquette, greet, bleachers, goal, Margaret Court, piazza, judiciary, embrace, kowtow, net, butter up, county court, abdicate.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
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Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
chancery, appeals court, county court, Crown Court, court of appeals.
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 9 (noun)
Sense 10 (noun)
Sense 11 (noun)
building for legal proceedings (noun)
committee, league, convention, symposium, quorum, body, cabinet, assembly, panel, cadre, meeting, congregation, faction, coalition, parliament, inquisition, caucus, conference, council, legislature, congress, chamber, forum, summit.
homage, session, motor hotel, court of law, woo, bar, bench, appellate court, tourist court, board, supreme court, Margaret Court, motor lodge, courtyard, tribunal, royal court, court-martial, judicature, motor inn, solicit, motel, courtroom, romance, circuit court.
judicial system (noun)
ruler's attendants (noun)
yard, garden of building (noun)
fawn over, pay attention to (verb)
Usage examples for court:
- After that night, he used to court her, and sing to her, but always in the dark. - "Put Yourself in His Place", Charles Reade.
- We went through an iron gate into a court, and across the court to a great door, where a man came to show us the rooms. - "Rollo in Paris", Jacob Abbott.
- It was late when she reached the nearest station to Court on her way back, and found a pony trap waiting for her. - "The King's Stratagem and Other Stories", Stanley J. Weyman.