Third-person singular simple present indicative form of court.(verb)
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Use "courts" in a sentence
"These are courts of the lowest grade, and are called _justices 'courts_, being held by justices of the peace who are, in most of the states, elected by the people of the several towns."
"The quality of legal argument and analysis in American courts, in particular state supreme courts, is often quite poor on issues of private law that the readers of this blog are likely to think arcane or technical."
"An earlier draft PDF of the legislation would have allowed the Justice Department to order any "interactive computer service" -- a phrase courts have interpreted to mean any Web site -- to block access to the suspected pirate site."