Friend-at-court



noun
1.
a friend in a position of influence or power who may advance one’s interests, especially a helpful person who is close to someone in authority.
noun
1.
an influential acquaintance who can promote one’s interests

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  • Friend in court

    Also, friends in high places. A person or persons who can help by virtue of their important position. For example, With a friend in court, he has a good chance of getting the contract, or Jim thinks he can get out of paying the fine; he has friends in high places. This expression alludes to […]



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    [fren-did] /ˈfrɛn dɪd/ adjective, Archaic. 1. provided with or accompanied by . [frend] /frɛnd/ noun 1. a person attached to another by feelings of affection or personal regard. 2. a person who gives assistance; patron; supporter: friends of the Boston Symphony. 3. a person who is on good terms with another; a person who is […]

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