Definition of Margaret court
1. Noun. Australian woman tennis player who won many major championships (born in 1947).
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Literary usage of Margaret court
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1. The Jurist by Great Britain Courts (1854)
"Fred. Burghart, Clifford-st., Bond- street, Middlesex, tailor, March 15 at 11, Court of Bank- ruptcy, London, div.—margaret court, deceased ..."
2. A New General Biographical Dictionary by Hugh James Rose (1857)
"rank among the imaginative poets of his court, Miseries of Queen Margaret, Court of Fairies, Quest of Cynthia, Shepherds' Syrena, Elegies, and a spirited ..."
3. The Housing of the Working Classes and of the Poor by Moritz Kaufmann (1907)
"We think that, however clean people may be, if they go into margaret court, within six months they will be at the same level as most of the other people are ..."
4. The Publications of the Harleian Society by Harleian Society (1878)
"... Scrivener, of this pariah : bur. at Tottenham An abortive child of John King: bur. in the church margaret court, dau. of William Court: bur. in south ..."