[kawrt-room, -roo m, kohrt-]
Origin of courtroom
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Examples from the Web for courtroom
A grand juror in the Ferguson case is suing to be able to explain exactly what went down in the courtroom.Politicians Only Love Journalists When They're Dead
January 8, 2015
He fainted several times in the courtroom, yet the judge refused to allow doctors in the courtroom.Behind Bars for the Holidays: 11 Political Prisoners We Want to See Free In 2015
December 25, 2014
But we cannot be entirely sure that El Chapo will remain in a Mexican prison, much less ever see an American courtroom.Could El Chapo Go Free?
November 19, 2014
Her father can attest to that, having seen her in action in a Brooklyn courtroom.For Next AG, Obama Picks a Quiet Fighter With a Heavy Punch
November 8, 2014
Though the courtroom will be open, the judge has asked the media not to reveal the identities of the parents or children.Couple Sues Over Russian ‘Bait-and-Switch’ Adoption of Disabled Kids
October 30, 2014
Somehow, Gilder, the way she talked had its effect on everybody in the courtroom.Within the Law
The bar was filled with lawyers, and the courtroom was crowded with spectators.
They were sitting there in that courtroom just wishing you would be sent up.
I would a shot up a few in that courtroom if Tom had been convicted.
The judge gave me a chance and we had a great performance in the courtroom.Mary Rose of Mifflin
Frances R. Sterrett
- a room in which the sittings of a law court are held
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Word Origin and History for courtroom
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