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clubs

noun as in golfing tool

verb as in hit hard with object

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Michael Steinbrick, a personal trainer with New York Sports Clubs, says he can always spot a newbie.

They were going to get the supper clubs and Vegas, just like Sam wanted.

Before Fidel, when segregation was in full swing, the Cuban apartheid meant many clubs and parks still refused black Cubans entry.

A century ago, however, those very signs—no Jews, no blacks—were on country clubs, hotels, and drinking fountains.

Tool around Capitol Hill, which brims gay bars, restaurants, and clubs.

Perhaps our comic papers have never heard of the Improvement Clubs, or find nothing in them that is humorous.

Including Newcastle, there were then in the whole country, only six clubs and now they number one hundred and sixty-eight!

He won't let her belong to a club—clubs are all very well for other women, but his wife is not as other women.

Night after night he was absent until the latest hours at convivial clubs and card-parties.

Clubs were formed to discuss the great questions of the day, to mold public opinion, and to overawe the Assembly.

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On this page you'll find 81 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clubs, such as: business, staff, sap, cudgel, works, and bludgeon.

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

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