courtyard[ kawrt-yahrd, kohrt- ]SEE DEFINITION OF courtyard
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COURTYARD
In the courtyard of the hospital, convalescents sat on the benches and watched for robins.
No, he must come back again; his bundle is lying in the courtyard.
But there she was, drawn by Sami, just coming into the courtyard.
Also, he said that he had two fine mules in the courtyard, and Castell went out to look at them.
So saying, Mr. Beaufort led the way to the courtyard at the back of the cottage.
You will enter a courtyard with walls all around it and signs of lost porches.
He stands in the courtyard, where the young men used to play games.
"I'll show you what I have," he replied, leading the way into the courtyard where the wild beasts were.
All its gaiety consists in an occasional tree in a courtyard.
Its owner went downstairs into the courtyard, got into his carriage, and drove away.