a variety of tennis played indoors on a specially constructed court having high cement walls off which the ball may be played, points being made chiefly by stroking the ball into any of three openings in the walls of the court.
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the US term for real tennis
noun, Archaeology. 1. a type of Neolithic trapezoidal burial mound having a semicircular forecourt at one end and bounded by large standing stones, common in the British Isles.
- Court TV
Trademark. 1. a cable television channel featuring live coverage of courtroom trials.
n. 1899, “male dressmaker or fashion designer,” from French couture “sewing, dressmaking” (see couture). Couturière “dressmaker” is from 1818.
[koo-roo; French koo-ry] /kʊˈru; French kuˈrü/ adjective, Ballet. 1. done or executed with a running step.