club room

[ kluhb-room, -roo m ]SEE DEFINITION OF club room
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The club room at the inn was the cradle of the Friendly Societies.

They adjourned to the club room, and Selwyn now detected the manœuvre.

And the door of the Servants' Club room had glass windows to it.

With the others she descended to the club room below and waited for him there.

After that, McCormack's were the only records to be heard in that club room.

They strike him as profoundly curious things to be in a club room.

A woman's club room therefore was made an important part of our Neighborhood House.

The same position was taken in pulpit, club room and street discussion.

Just think of having that pair of horns to put in our club room at home, Davy.

To defeat this device of the devil some way must be found; but club room was scarce among the tenements.

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