Do you belong to any clubs?
I'll see you at the club.
the president of a major-league baseball club
He spent five years with the club.
Join our movie club now and receive four free DVDs. Verb
They clubbed him with a baseball bat. clubbed together to share their love of model rocketsSee More
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At anchor, the aft deck’s collapsible bulwarks can be folded down to increase the size of the beach club to nearly 1,500 square feet.—Rachel Cormack, Robb Report, 27 Nov. 2023 But now Montiel wonders if the club and the growing visibility of homelessness on campus led to the university’s decision to displace them.—Debbie Truong, Los Angeles Times, 26 Nov. 2023 There were 14 active permits listed by the state in 2022, including microbrewery private clubs and two of those reported zero production for the period.—John Magsam, arkansasonline.com, 26 Nov. 2023 When completed, the artificial archipelago along the city’s northern coast will cover more than 4,000 acres across five islands featuring resorts, cultural hubs, golf courses, beach clubs, and more.—Danielle Berman, Travel + Leisure, 26 Nov. 2023 The society, which began, in the nineteen-twenties, as a sort of club for affluent Atlanta men passionate about their families’ histories, started to become more professional.—Charles Bethea, The New Yorker, 26 Nov. 2023 While Yuval is a fan of the Hapoel Be’er Sheva soccer club, Uriah prefers to support Paris Saint-Germain.—NBC News, 26 Nov. 2023 Even as trash began to accumulate on city streets, Memphis’s mayor wouldn’t entertain the strikers’ demands, instead sending in police officers with clubs and mace to break up marches.—Kurtis Lee, New York Times, 23 Nov. 2023 Perfect for cocktail parties or club nights, this dress is a testament to elegance and poise.—Mia Meltzer, Rolling Stone, 21 Nov. 2023
Experts and creators who spoke with NBC News said people will get the most out of nightlife by setting an intention when going out and finding like-minded partygoers to club with.—Daysia Tolentino, NBC News, 25 Nov. 2023 The pair discussed classic Barrymore topics like trust, relationships, and therapy — in this case equine therapy — as well as Taylor Swift and going clubbing with their mothers as children.—Jon Blistein, Rolling Stone, 16 Oct. 2023 Mitch Garver clubbed another one Monday, his third in two days here.—Tim Cowlishaw, Dallas News, 5 Sep. 2023 There was violence beyond belief at the Democratic Convention in Chicago, where people were clubbed to death and attacked and all of that stuff by the police.—Nbc Universal, NBC News, 29 Oct. 2023 Leading off the inning, No. 9 hitter Geraldo Perdomo clubbed a center-cut fastball from Lynn — the bargain-bin trade deadline acquisition who led the majors with 44 homers surrendered this season — to right.—Jack Harris, Los Angeles Times, 12 Oct. 2023 Ahead of the festival, Leon — whom Madonna shares with ex-husband Carlos Leon — told Vogue España her goal was to convey the energy and joyfulness of clubbing culture through her music set.—Erin Clack, Peoplemag, 26 Sep. 2023 Cleveland trailed by one when Ramírez sparked a nine-run rally in the fourth, clubbing his 24th home run deep into the bleachers in left.—Joe Noga, cleveland, 17 Sep. 2023 The Astros outscored Texas 39-10 and clubbed 16 home runs during their last series while securing sole possession of first place in the AL West for the first time this season.—Matt Goul, cleveland, 8 Sep. 2023 See More
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Middle English clubbe, from Old Norse klubba; akin to Old High German kolbo club