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"Club Meaning"

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Word Example of - Club

Example Sentences for club

He sat in an alcove, by a large, polished window of the club.

It was half-past eleven when he came to his Club, where supper had been prepared for him.

On a previous outing of the Club, Anderson's packers mutinied.

It is down in the Club annals that she caught his game at first sight.

Telegraph to me there to my club, the Mars and Neptune, Piccadilly.

He went to the Players' Club and lunched alone in brooding silence.

The itinerary of the club for this day had already been arranged by the secretary.

Every club overturned by a player on his own side spoils one for the opponents.

One often sees references to the centre of the circle described by the head of the club in the golf swing.

In the nearest of each of the circles an object (stone, stick, club) is placed.

Word Origin & History of - Club

    Word Origin & History

    club c.1200, from O.N. klubba "cudgel," from P.Gmc. *klumbon; the sense "to associate" is first attested 1660s, apparently for "form a mass like the thick end of a club." Specific sense of "bat used in games" is from mid-15c. The club at cards (1560s) is the right name for the suit (It. bastone), even though the pattern adopted is the Fr. trefoil. Club sandwich first recorded 1903; club soda is 1877, originally a proprietary name. Club-foot is from 1530s."I got a good mind to join a club and beat you over the head with it." [Rufus T. Firefly]

The Definition of - Club (noun)

    noun
    1.
    a heavy stick, usually thicker at one end than at the other, suitable for use as a weapon; a cudgel.
    2.
    a group of persons organized for a social, literary, athletic, political, or other purpose:
    They organized a computer club.
    3.
    the building or rooms occupied by such a group.
    4.
    an organization that offers its subscribers certain benefits, as discounts, bonuses, or interest, in return for regular purchases or payments:
    a book club; a record club; a Christmas club.
    5.
    Sports.
    1. a stick or bat used to drive a ball in various games, as golf.
    2. Indian club.
    6.
    a nightclub, especially one in which people dance to popular music, drink, and socialize:
    Last night we went to all the clubs in town.
    7.
    a black trefoil-shaped figure on a playing card.
    8.
    a card bearing such figures.
    9.
    clubs, (used with a singular or plural verb) the suit so marked:
    Clubs is trump. Clubs are trump.
    11.
    Nautical.
    1. a short spar attached to the end of a gaff to allow the clew of a gaff topsail to extend beyond the peak of the gaff.
    2. a short spar attached to the truck of a mast to support the upper part of a club topsail.
    3. clubfoot (def 3).
    verb (used with object), clubbed, clubbing.
    12.
    to beat with or as with a club.
    13.
    to gather or form into a clublike mass.
    14.
    to unite; combine; join together.
    15.
    to contribute as one's share toward a joint expense; make up by joint contribution (often followed by up or together):
    They clubbed their dollars together to buy the expensive present.
    16.
    to defray by proportional shares.
    17.
    to hold (a rifle, shotgun, etc.) by the barrel, so as to use the stock as a club.
    verb (used without object), clubbed, clubbing.
    18.
    Informal. to go to nightclubs, especially to dance, drink, and socialize:
    The students at that university go clubbing every Friday night.
    19.
    to combine or join together, as for a common purpose.
    20.
    to attend a club or a club's activities.
    21.
    to gather into a mass.
    22.
    to contribute to a common fund.
    23.
    Nautical. to drift in a current with an anchor, usually rigged with a spring, dragging or dangling to reduce speed.
    adjective
    24.
    of or relating to a club.
    25.
    consisting of a combination of foods offered at the price set on the menu:
    They allow no substitutions on the club luncheon.