Definition of Courtrooms

1. Noun. (plural of courtroom) ¹



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Definition of Courtrooms

1. courtroom [n] - See also: courtroom

Courtrooms Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Courtrooms

courtisanerie
courtisaneries
courtless
courtlet
courtlets
courtlier
courtliest
courtlike
courtliness
courtlinesses
courtling
courtlings
courtly
courtly love
courtroom
courtrooms (current term)
courts
courts-baron
courts-leet
courts-martial
courts martial
courts of equity
courts of law
courtsey
courtships
courtside
courtsides
courtyard
courtyardlike

Literary usage of Courtrooms

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1. Courthouse Construction: Sufficient Data and Analysis Would Help Resolve the by Bernard L. Ungar (2000)
"For example, the EY study contained the following calculation: • .65 (utilization rate) + .25 (flexibility factor) = .9 (courtrooms per judge) • .9 x 5 ..."

2. Extenuating Circumstances: Wall Hangings in the Hall of Justice in 'S by P. E. Spijkerman, Wytze Patijn, Jan Rutten (1998)
"Vandenhove selected the courtrooms because the part of the building they are ... The courtrooms are behind a glass frontage around the inner courtyard of ..."

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