the section of the court nearest the front wall in certain games, as squash or handball.
a team's offensive half of the court.
the players who play offensively in the front court, including the center and the two forwards.
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How to use front court in a sentence
That must start with seeing whether Gondrezick can play alongside Mitchell, if Cox and McCowan are a good match together in the front court, and if not, which of the two Indiana will be betting its future on.
In general, he’s touching the ball about eight fewer times per game in the front court.The Bucks Are Trying To Win In Clutch Time Without Giving Giannis The Ball | Yaron Weitzman | March 12, 2021 | FiveThirtyEight
In the front court sits a stone figure of a saint under a covering, completely clothed, and with even a cap on the head.A Woman's Journey Round the World | Ida Pfeiffer
He went into the front court, opened the green coffer, and there appeared a great and glorious garden.Russian Fairy Tales | W. R. S. Ralston
The Bubastites constructed the large front court by building walls round it, and the Ptolemies commenced the huge western pylon.Architecture | Thomas Roger Smith
In the front court are some old brass and iron cannon, lying dismounted—trophies of Turkish war.
The knight arose, and ran into the front court, where Dr. Herries asked him ‘what the matter meant.’James VI and the Gowrie Mystery | Andrew Lang