Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.

Class VI. Words Relating to the Sentient and Moral Powers
Section IV. Moral Affections
5. Institutions

966. Tribunal.

   NOUN:TRIBUNAL, court, curia, board, bench, judicature, judicatory; court of -justice, – law, – arbitration; inquisition; guild; durbar [India], divan [Oriental], Areopagus.
  justice -, judgment -, mercy- seat; woolsack; bar, bar of justice; dock; forum, hustings, bureau, drumhead; jury-box; witness box, witness stand.
  senate-house, town hall, theater or theatre; House of Commons, House of Lords; statehouse [U. S.], townhouse, courthouse.
  [BRITISH COURTS], sessions; petty -, quarter -, special -, general- sessions [Eng. law]; assizes; eyre, justices in eyre, wardmote, burghmote, barmote, courtleet, courtbaron, court of piepoudre [all old Eng. law]; superior courts of Westminster; court of -record, – oyer and terminer, – assize, – appeal, – error; High court of -Judicature, – Appeal; Judicial Committee of the Privy Council; Star Chamber; Court of -Chancery, – King’s or Queen’s Bench, – Exchequer, – Common Pleas, – Probate, – Admiralty; Lords Justices’ -, Rolls -, Vice Chancellor’s -, Stannary -, Divorce -, Palatine -, county -, police- court; Court of Criminal Appeal; Court of Small Causes [India]; court of common council; board of green cloth.
  [UNITED STATES COURTS] United States -Supreme Court, – District Court, – Circuit Court of Appeal; Federal Court of Claims, Court of Private Land Claims; Supreme Court, court of sessions, criminal court, police court, juvenile court.
  COURT-MARTIAL (pl. courts-martial), drumhead court-martial.
  ECCLESIASTICAL COURT, Rota or Rota Romana [R. C. Ch.]; Court of Arches [Eng.].
  Papal Court, Curia.
   ADJECTIVE:JUDICIAL [See Jurisdiction]; appellate; curial.
  1. Die Weltgeschichte ist das Weltgericht.
  2. Whoever fights, whoever fails, Justice conquers evermore.—Emerson
  3. Justice discards party, friendship, kindred, and is therefore always represented as blind.—Addison
  4. We have strict statutes and most biting laws.—Measure for Measure