2. Adjective. (sports) Located next to the court of play. ¹
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Definition of Courtside
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Courtside
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Golf Resorts: Where to Play in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica & the by Jim Nicol, Barbara Nicol (2001)
"Dining ranges from casual lagoon-side barbecue pits and picnic tables to the courtside Bar & Grill and the Clubhouse Restaurant. GOLF: A Robert Trent Jones, ..."
2. Daytrips Hawaii: 50 One Day Adventures on Six Islands by Car, Bus, Bicycle by David Cheever (2001)
"If you don't want to cook for yourselves all the time, there's the courtside Café or Piatti Italian Restaurant. Golf, tennis and beaching are right at hand. ..."
3. The Secret Caribbean: Affordable Hideaways of the Rich & Famous by Brooke Comer (1999)
"courtside ana Tennis Garden rooms are the most economical, with their proximity to the tennis courts and pool respectively, rather than the beach. ..."
4. Southeast Florida by Sharon Spencer (1998)
"Comfortable theater-style seating is right on top of the action and dining is available at the courtside Club. For horse and dog racing enthusiasts, ..."