If our husbands are drunkards or brutes who abuse us, and we fly to the refuge of the divorce-court, we are notorious.
And this divorce-court—it's not nice—it's a horrible thing for respectable people.
She is as much afraid of her servants as an Englishwoman who lives in dread of a trial in the divorce-court.
She and van Rooz are calling each other names in the divorce-court now.
There was a horrible legal, end-of-all-things, divorce-court flavour about the word.
We have the passions of the divorce-court and the Stock Exchange.
It suggested the legal instinct scenting the divorce-court from afar.
I feel as if they had burnt the damning letter in scarlet upon my breast—branded by law, divorce-court law!
If we found a divorce-court judge writing a treatise on marriage we should smile.