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cort.

  1. (in prescriptions) the bark.
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Origin of cort.

From the Latin word cortex
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Examples from the Web for cort

Historical Examples of cort

  • Gosh, I got to laffin' so I had to git right out of the cort house.

    Uncles Josh's Punkin Centre Stories

    Cal Stewart

  • We've established definitely that Sergeant Cort was on that train, have we?

  • Almost as bad was the Prison de Cort and the famous Saladero.

    Spain

    Wentworth Webster

  • Just outside Cort the rail traverses the Torretta tunnel, 1531 yards.

    Itinerary through Corsica

    Charles Bertram Black

  • The sign of the tortoise without the numeral is seen in Cort.


Word Origin and History for cort

n.

obsolete form of court.

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