courtside

[kawrt-sahyd, kohrt-]
noun
(in sports) the area adjoining the official playing area of a court, as in basketball, tennis, or volleyball.

Origin:
1965–70; court + side1

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Play out by the stone fireplace, and have your pizza and bottle of red served courtside.
Still, scouts sitting courtside are marveling at his ability to change direction while dribbling and strength.
The students, working in cooperative teams, act as courtside commentators.
Potter addressed the commission re his acceptance of the tickets for courtside seating.
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