Adjectives for Clubs | Words to describe Clubs

  • Huge
  • Factious
  • Political
  • Indian
  • Several
  • Local
  • Fracas-Buff
  • Dramatic
  • Great
  • Wooden
  • Many
  • Six-Penny
  • Massive
  • Improvised
  • Social
  • Patriotic
  • Democratic
  • Scientific
  • Modern
  • Down-Town
  • Expensive
  • Spiked
  • Seditious
  • Anglo-Indian
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    • 1. It was a welcome change after their long practice with the Indian clubs, and they entered into it with the pleasure and zest of children. 🔊
    • 2. This library, with a pretty complete tuberculosis exhibit, is sent around, and is shown by the local clubs of each town. 🔊
    • 3. It was some time before he could proceed, but at last he started on, surrounded by a contingent of motorcycles, ridden by members of local clubs. 🔊
    • 4. Not far from the pyre, a band of Wallachs were dancing with savage gesticulations, striking the ground at the same time with their massive clubs. 🔊
    • 5. As George knew, he was still the idol of the local clubs, and capable in his sober spells of amazing feats both of strength and endurance. 🔊
    • 6. Its meeting houses serve not only for religious ceremonies, but also as social clubs for the educated classes in all the larger towns where they congregate. 🔊
    • 7. A question which causes a good deal of soreness is the rigid exclusion of Indians from many Anglo-Indian clubs. 🔊
    • 8. By 1872 the bicycle had advanced a further stage towards the giraffe-like altitude of the "ordinary," and already there were many clubs in existence. 🔊
    • 9. Every hanger-on of a theater becomes a wag by inheritance, and flourishes about at tap-rooms and six-penny clubs, with the property jokes of the green-room. 🔊
    • 10. Both men, thereon, raised their great clubs and made to strike me; but quick as lightning these two dogs sprang at their faces and baffled their blows. 🔊
    • 11. Gazing vacantly at his rescuers, he continues to twirl his gruesome weapons, with much the same regularity of movement as though he were practising with Indian clubs prior to taking his morning bath. 🔊
    • 12. He received the same answer from several clubs, at each of which he left explicit instructions for Mr. Carmody to call him up at the first possible moment. 🔊
    • 13. Stout business men were buying exercisers to fasten to the bathroom doors; or perhaps dumb-bells and Indian clubs, calculated to take off a certain number of pounds of fat. 🔊
    • 14. The Arabs knelt on our chests (their knees were harder and more merciless than wooden clubs) and laid the blades, edge-upward, on the skin of our throats. 🔊
    • 15. For the dissemination of the new ideas, political clubs were organized throughout Italy as they had existed in France, and the whole country was in ferment. 🔊
    • 16. The Turks in the meantime, with huge clubs, laid on them without mercy; but all this could not repel them, the excess of their transport making them insensible of pain. 🔊
    • 17. They met casually, they telephoned, they lunched in company with other friends at down-town clubs, but neither one suggested an old-time getting together, and each felt relieved by the omission of the other. 🔊
    • 18. When all were again seated, George Gerrish announced that the program for the evening would close with three short selections, to be given by volunteer members from the ranks of the musical and dramatic clubs. 🔊
    • 19. The boys played, sang, ran races through the rigging, swung Indian clubs and dumb-bells, and, of course, yelled all the while at the top of their lungs. 🔊
    • 20. It was rather an untidy room and evidently occupied by a young man of athletic tastes, to judge by the dumb-bells and Indian clubs, cricket-bats, guncases and fishing-rods that littered the corners. 🔊
    • 21. A mercenary without buffs to boost him, to form fracas-buff clubs and such, hasn't much chance of promotion. 🔊
    • 22. I thought it natural that they should give some time to works of art collected here, which they cannot find at home, and a little to scientific clubs and museums, which, at this moment, make London very attractive. 🔊
    • 23. In the streets wander scores of thousands of men, and in the evening they crowd into improvised clubs, asking: "What shall we do?" and ardently discuss public affairs. 🔊
    • 24. Democratic clubs were formed on the model of the Jacobin {161} society, and "Civic Feasts," at which Genet was present, made the country resound. 🔊
    • 25. The fourth is at college--Bonn--belongs to all the most expensive clubs--but smart, deuced smart! 🔊
    • 26. They watched Brook's and Dearborne's naked bodies writhe and convulse in pain as they bled from huge wounds made on their bodies by the Angels' studded gauntlets and the messeigneur's spiked clubs. 🔊
    • 27. The news had spread abroad that one of the contestants in the great race had reached the city the night before, and delegations from the many clubs had gathered to give him a send-off and accompany him for a few miles out of town. 🔊

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