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Definition of court:

  1. An open space of ground attached to a house; a small paved square or space surrounded by houses; the palace of a king, also the persons attached to his person as attendants, council, & c.; a place of justice, likewise the judges and officers engaged there; civility; flattery; the art of pleasing.
  2. To endeavour to please; to woo or pay addresses to a woman; to solicit; to seek.


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