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club

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of club

  1. 1 a heavy rigid stick used as a weapon or for punishment hit the prisoner with a club if he tries anything funny Synonyms of club bastinado (or bastinade), bat, baton, billy, billy club, bludgeon, cane, cudgel, nightstick, rod, rung [Scottish], sap, shillelagh (also shillalah), staff, truncheon, waddy [Australian] Words Related to club blackjack, knobkerrie, mace; birch, crabstick, hickory, rattan, stave, switch; beetle, gavel, hammer, mallet, maul, sledgehammer; crook, crosier (or crozier), walking stick, whangee

  2. 2 the meeting place of an organization the Elks gather at their club every Monday evening Synonyms of club clubhouse, lodge Words Related to club den, hangout, haunt, hideaway, hideout, lair; camp, headquarters; conventicle, hall, house, meetinghouse

  3. 3 a group of persons formally joined together for some common interest an alumni club Synonyms of club board, brotherhood, chamber, association, college, congress, consortium, council, fellowship, fraternity, guild (also gild), institute, institution, league, order, organization, society, sodalityWords Related to club collective, commune, community, cooperative; alliance, bloc, camp, coalition, partnership; body, cadre, group; circle, clan, clique, coterie, junta, junto, klatch (also klatsch), lot, set; crew, outfit, party, squad, team; branch, chapter, local; faithful, fold, membership; sisterhood, sorority; cabal, camarilla, camorra, confederacy, conspiracy; band, gang, ring; cartel, combine, syndicate

  4. 4 a bar or restaurant offering special nighttime entertainment (as music, dancing, or comedy acts) a weekly newspaper column devoted to current happenings on the local club scene Synonyms of club bistro, boîte, cabaret, café (also cafe), nightclub, nightspot, nitery (also niterie), roadhouse, supper clubWords Related to club a-go-go, disco, discotheque (or discothéque); barroom, pub [chiefly British], public house [chiefly British], saloon, tavern; clip joint [slang], dive, honky-tonk, key club, speakeasy; canteen, watering hole, watering place


club

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of club

  1. 1 to form or enter into an association that furthers the interests of its members clubbed together to share their love of model rockets Synonyms of club associate, band (together), ally, coalesce, cohere, confederate, conjoin, cooperate, federate, league, uniteWords Related to club cabal, collaborate, gang up, hang together, team (up); incorporate, organize, unionize; affiliate; amalgamate, combine, conglomerate, consolidate, converge, group, join, merge; knot, link, tie, wedNear Antonyms of club detach, disengage, dissolve, disunite, divorce, part, segregate, separate, sever, split, sunder; alienate, estrange, fall outAntonyms of club break up, disband

  2. 2 to strike repeatedly frustrated, the gardener clubbed the inoffensive weed into submission Synonyms of club bash, baste, bat, batter, belabor, belt, birch, bludgeon, buffet, bung up, beat, curry, do, drub, fib [British], flog, hammer, hide, lace, lambaste (or lambast), lash, lather, lick, maul, mess (up), paddle, pelt, pommel, pound, pummel, punch out, rough (up), slate, slog, switch, tan, thrash, thresh, thump, tromp, wallop, whale, whip, whop (or whap), whup, work overWords Related to club assail, assault, attack, beset, box, bust, chop, clobber, clout, crack, cudgel, cuff, descend (on or upon), hit, jump (on), knock, lam, lay on, paste, pounce (on or upon), punch, raid, rush, slam, slap, smack, smash, sock, spank, storm, swat, swipe, thwack, whack, wham, whomp; blackjack, cane, cowhide, flagellate, fustigate, horsewhip, leather, pistol-whip, rawhide, scourge, strap; gore, lacerate, wound; maim, mangle, mutilate



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