Definitions of "out-of-court"
  1. A term used to describe actions or statements that are not made formally as part of a court trial or testimony
  2. Relates to actions or statements that haven't been made or executed as a part of any legal proceeding
How to use "out-of-court" in a sentence
  1. The issue was resolved through out-of-court negotiations between the two parties.
  2. The defendant opted for an out-of-court settlement to avoid a lengthy trial.
  3. They reached an out-of-court agreement to define the terms of their partnership.

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