courtroom

[ kawrt-room, -roo m, kohrt- ]SEE DEFINITION OF courtroom

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Somehow, Gilder, the way she talked had its effect on everybody in the courtroom.

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.

Forrester knew without question that he was standing in that Courtroom.

She was pleading for all women and her voice rang out to every corner of the courtroom.

There was a veritable army of Rangers on guard at the doors of the courtroom.

"Maybe I should add a charge of contaminating a courtroom," he muttered.

If someone from Homestead had been in that courtroom, I'd now be among friends.

WORD ORIGIN

1670s, from court (n.) + room (n.).

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