trial docket


noun

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Definition for trial-docket (2 of 2)

docket
[ dok-it ]
/ ˈdɒk ɪt /

noun

Also called trial docket. a list of cases in court for trial, or the names of the parties who have cases pending.
Chiefly British.
  1. an official memorandum or entry of proceedings in a legal cause.
  2. a register of such entries.
  3. any of various certificates or warrants giving the holder right to obtain, buy, or move goods that are controlled by the government, as a custom-house docket certifying duty has been paid.
the list of business to be transacted by a board, council, legislative assembly, or the like.
British. a writing on a letter or document stating its contents; any statement of particulars attached to a package, envelope, etc.; a label or ticket.

verb (used with object), dock·et·ed, dock·et·ing.

Origin of docket

First recorded in 1475–85; earlier dogget, of obscure origin

OTHER WORDS FROM docket

re·dock·et, verb (used with object), re·dock·et·ed, re·dock·et·ing.un·dock·et·ed, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for trial-docket

docket
/ (ˈdɒkɪt) /

noun

verb (tr)

Word Origin for docket

C15: of unknown origin
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