club

Part of speech: verb

To beat with a club; use like a club.

Part of speech: noun

A stout stick; cudgel.

Part of speech: noun

A black three - lobed spot on a playing card; a card so marked.

Part of speech: verb

To contribute to a common purpose; combine; join; form a club.

Part of speech: noun

An organization of persons, as for social intercourse; a club house or club - room.

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Usage examples "club":

  1. That was one of the conditions under which she came to us here- that is why I have given her an official position here in the Club. - "The Crevice", William John Burns and Isabel Ostrander.
  2. " I'm really proud of the Boat Club this year. - "The Wide Awake Girls in Winsted", Katharine Ellis Barrett.
  3. At the Art and Nature Club. - "People of the Whirlpool", Mabel Osgood Wright.