Another word for court
An enclosed, roofless area
An instrument for administering justice
Types of courts include: the Supreme Court, appellate court, Federal court, court of Chancery, court of equity, district court, county court, municipal court, probate court, traffic court, justice's court, magistrate's court, mayor's court, police court, military court, trial court, court of appeals.
The home of a court, sense 2
courthouse, justice building, court building, hall of justice, courtroom, federal building, county courthouse, municipal building, city hall, town hall.
A sovereign and his or her surroundings
retinue, lords and ladies, ladies in waiting, attendants, suite, royal persons, staff, train, royal residence, palace, castle, hall, royal household, entourage; see also government 2, palace, royalty, ruler 1.
An area for playing certain games
invite, bid, solicit, address, beseech, entice, attract, allure, entreat, importune, sue for, pursue, follow, seek after, make suit, supplicate, plead, make love to, pay court to, pay attentions to, seek the hand of, pay one's addresses to, flirt with, philander, coquet, make overtures, make advances, go courting, propose, make a proposal, ask in marriage, set one's cap for*, pop the question*, chase*, run after*, make time with*, go steady*, go together*, go with*, make a play for*; see also accompany 1, date 2, flirt 1, woo 1.
To seek favor
Another word for courtnoun
An area partially or entirely enclosed by walls or buildings:atrium, close, courtyard, enclosure, quad, quadrangle, yard. See place
A judicial assembly:bar, tribunal. See law