club[ kluhb ]SEE DEFINITION OF club
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLUB
Almost every tavern of note about town hath or had its club.
Good beef and mutton will no longer serve his turn, I've been told at the club.
Red Morning had a club he had made, with a flint set into the side.
The club then adjourned to the outside, all except those who sat on the bench.
I believe you're only marrying me to get away from that club you're living in!
"Come and take it off my shoulders, then," answered Hercules, lifting his club.
Your club, Sir Philip, will do me honour by such an ostracism.
Mrs. Beaufort, who was waiting his return from his club, was in the dining-room.
He saw that, ordinarily, these two were the least important members of the club.
"I guess there's enough in the club treasury for a little spread," said Bart.