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country club

noun as in sports and social club

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He said only a small number of the country club’s approximately 300 members were among those receiving vaccinations.

When my mom came home in the afternoon, she would take over and I would head off to my job in the kitchen at the local country club.

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They had gone to school together from kindergarten to third grade, in Indianapolis, and at age 19, reconnected at a country club social.

While corporations and country clubs are pocketing millions of dollars, the neighborhoods and small businesses around them struggle, and governments are unable to provide the services needed to help everybody get ahead.

So Bastøy inmates, and always low-risk ones, have their own places to live and a variety of activities that make it much more like a country club than a prison.

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Worry-wart Country Club Republicans say, “How about his father?”

She takes a golf club, the country club equivalent of a Louisville slugger, and attacks his car.

The children went to private school, weekends were spent at the country club.

In 1991 you married Kelly Preston, yet still stories persisted that you hit on men in hotel and country club shower rooms.

Members of the Grassy Sprain Country Club, near New York City, blurted out a story that had been on their minds for a month.

More majestic than the usual country club, that of Sleepy Hollow was approached by a stately entrance gate.

He wished he had remained in the smoking-room of his hotel, or hunted up some old acquaintances at the Country Club.

I had been several times to luncheon at the Country Club and had met a number of delightful Americans there.

She had sprained her ankle in getting out of my car on the night that we had dined at the country club.

When I grew expert we danced together at the country club and at some of the smart places down-town.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to country club, such as: lodge, club, tennis club, and yacht club.

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