Thesaurus / clubhouse
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Later she returned to the clubhouse to find her party assembled on an inclosed porch, chatting and partaking of refreshment.

He did not go ashore again until he landed, at half-past ten, at the clubhouse.

The Queen's CupG. A. Henty

Later others came in, evidently villagers who made a sort of a clubhouse of the place.

Then I will have the scene shifted instantly, so that the audience will be looking into the Yale clubhouse.

It was late in the afternoon, and darkness had fallen by the time I reached the clubhouse where we were staying.

Theodore RooseveltTheodore Roosevelt

The bright light from the main room of the clubhouse showed that the Boy Scouts were gathered there and he decided to go in.

Then the friends passed on to the clubhouse, where the game was played over again, as usual, a "post-mortem" being held on it.

The atmosphere was lightened, and the brougham drew up at the clubhouse.

JewelClara Louise Burnham

It was a jubilant crowd of Giants that gathered in the clubhouse after the game.

Finding none, they flew in a body over the roof of the Clubhouse, each face turned disdainfully away.

Angel IslandInez Haynes Gillmore

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.