EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOCKET
Her case was put forward on the docket and hurried to a decision.
Then, indeed, we can docket it, and pigeon-hole it for what it is; but what can we do with it till we have got it pure?
I suppose, then, I must do it; so give me the docket, and I'll be here again as soon as I can.
And now he sees his own case, standing next on the docket for trial.
Most of the old long-standing grievances were still on the docket.
Blazes Boylan at the counter wrote and pushed the docket to her.
Each writ was dated the 13th of May, and each was entered in the docket as issued on the 31st.
But I'm not surprised to hear it; about the next thing on the docket.
Next thing on the docket, said Garry, is to ask what news you have.
Writs in the hands of the sheriff, judgments on the docket, fi.
mid-15c., "a summary or abstract," of unknown origin, perhaps a diminutive form related to dock (v.). An early form was doggette. Meaning "list of lawsuits to be tried" is from 1709.