noun, U.S. History.
an unsuccessful attempt by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1937 to appoint up to six additional justices to the Supreme Court, which had invalidated a number of his New Deal laws.
noun 1. cotton or other fabric coated on one side with an adhesive preparation, as of isinglass and glycerin, used on the skin for medical and cosmetic purposes. noun 1. a plaster, composed of isinglass on silk, formerly used to cover superficial wounds
noun 1. a stenographer employed to record and transcribe an official verbatim record of the legal proceedings of a court.
- Court roll
noun 1. (history) the register of land holdings, etc, of a manorial court
[kawrt-room, -roo m, kohrt-] /ˈkɔrtˌrum, -ˌrʊm, ˈkoʊrt-/ noun 1. a in which the sessions of a are held. /ˈkɔːtˌruːm; -ˌrʊm/ noun 1. a room in which the sittings of a law court are held n. 1670s, from court (n.) + room (n.).