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Synonyms for club

Synonyms for club

a group of people united in a relationship and having some interest, activity, or purpose in common

Synonyms for club

a team of professional baseball players who play and travel together

a building that is occupied by a social club

golf equipment used by a golfer to hit a golf ball

a playing card in the minor suit that has one or more black trefoils on it

a spot that is open late at night and that provides entertainment (as singers or dancers) as well as dancing and food and drink

unite with a common purpose

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gather and spend time together

strike with a club or a bludgeon

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gather into a club-like mass

References in classic literature ?
This spirited burst from Beth electrified the club, and Jo left her seat to shake hands approvingly.
Now, I listened, answering nothing; but when all had done, I asked to see the club which should be given to him who dared to face the Amatongo, the spirits who lived in the forest upon the Ghost Mountain.
He was then informed of the contents of the letter from the Island of Elba, in which he was recommended to the club as a man who would be likely to advance the interests of their party.
So throw down your club and your other weapons; and as for that lion's skin, I intend to have a pair of gloves made of it.
Gossett was an unpopular subject with members of the Cape Pleasant Golf Club.
The club box, therefore, waited in visible suspense while Mr.
Having given several more orders, he was about to go to his "little countess" to have a rest, but remembering something else of importance, he returned again, called back the cook and the club steward, and again began giving orders.
Hardly had he sat down at the table by my orders than he remembered that I was a member of the club and jumped up.
Come to me, then," the Buli answered, "for my weapon is only a poor miserable club, and, as you say, it cannot withstand you.
One smash from the club was sufficient to convince him that the white god knew how to handle it, and he was too wise to fight the inevitable.
The younger members of the club, humouring the joke, sent a waiter for the 'Peerage'; and read aloud the memoir of the nobleman in question, for the Doctor's benefit-- with illustrative morsels of information interpolated by themselves.
AN Inoffensive Person walking in a public place was assaulted by a Stranger with a Club, and severely beaten.
During the War of the Rebellion, a new and influential club was established in the city of Baltimore in the State of Maryland.
The members of the Gun Club, a circle of artillerymen formed at Baltimore after the American war, conceived the idea of putting themselves in communication with the moon
If you meet a member of that select club, "The Twelve True Fishermen," entering the Vernon Hotel for the annual club dinner, you will observe, as he takes off his overcoat, that his evening coat is green and not black.