Definition of Badminton court
1. Noun. The court on which badminton is played.
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Literary usage of Badminton court
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Ansley J. Coale: An Autobiography by Ansley Johnson Coale (2000)
"It had a badminton court near the main cottage, and a clay tennis court near the entrance road. "Clay" was the native Vermont clay, scraped and rolled. ..."
2. India Revisited by Edwin Arnold (1886)
"... who were led through spacious apartments to the badminton court There his Highness played a capital game with his Prime Minister, State Treasurer, ..."
3. Adventure Guide to New Zealand by Bette Flagler (2005)
"There's a badminton court and gorgeous gardens. If you ask really nicely, Colin may take you on a winery tour in his 1927 Buick or 1929 Chrysler. ..."
4. A Handbook for Travellers in India, Burma, and Ceylon: Including the by John Murray (Firm) (1903)
"In the grounds of the building are lawn-tennis courts, a covered badminton court, and a good cricket-ground. Near the Assembly Rooms, on the road to the ..."
5. The Prince of Wales in India, Or, From Pall Mall to the Punjaub by J. Drew Gay (1877)
"But why think of this when the ringing laughter from the badminton court mingles with the music in the Institute, the clicking of the billiard balls, ..."