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


The big fellows at the clubs always had a wad and peeled off bills like skin off an onion.

They have societies and clubs and unlimited tea-fights where all the guests are girls.

And it swelled into such a laugh that I saw the police feel for their clubs.

Quickly their clubs rose and fell, and men dropped all around them.

From jeers they passed to scuffles, in which missiles and clubs were the weapons.

Clubs: She did not have time for any, and thus could not be a suffragette.

Rare amongst them is the use of weapons of iron, but frequent that of clubs.

I have no doubt that Horton has five or six hundred a year from his clubs alone.

And all clubs, too, so long as my own are not interfered with.

Mrs. Dott, are you interested in club matters; in women's clubs, I mean?