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42 examples of  clubhouse  in sentences

42 examples of clubhouse in sentences

" MacPherson came down the stone steps of the clubhouse, gravely disquieted.

The moonwith the wild skurry of clouds hastening to blot it out of sightseemed to mirror the chaos threatening my better impulses; and, idly keeping it in view, I rode on, hardly conscious of my course till the rapid recurrence of several well-known landmarks warned me that I had taken the longest route home, and that in another moment I should be skirting the grounds of The Whispering Pines, our country clubhouse.

I offer them in corroboration of Mr. Ranelagh's statement that the 'Come!' used in the partially consumed letter found in the clubhouse chimney was addressed to Miss Carmel Cumberland and not to Adelaide, and that the place of meeting suggested by this word was the station platform, and not the spot since made terrible by death.

I was in the clubhouse.

"Had it begun to snow when you left the clubhouse?

"Mr. Cumberland, you admitted in your direct examination that you took with you out of the clubhouse only one bottle of the especial brand you favoured, although you carried up two into the kitchen?" "No, I said that I only had one when I got to Cuthbert Road.

What's the use fooling?" "Mr. Cumberland, the only two bottles known to contain this especial brand of wine were in the clubhouse at ten o'clock that night.

Let us disentangle, if we can, our knowledge of what occurred in the clubhouse, from his knowledge of it at the time he showed these unexpected traits of self-control and brotherly anxiety, which you will yet hear so severely scored by my able opponent.

"Look at the crowd on the clubhouse float," gasped Dan as soon as the Naval chums had gotten their craft under way.

" "You forget," nudged Darrin, "that there's a telephone in the clubhouse.

The two apparently drowned girls were lifted from the boat in haste and borne to a room that had been made ready on the second floor of the clubhouse.

"Back in the clubhouse, Murray was as happy as a lark.

I was in the clubhouse during the second game, taking off my uniform, when the clubhouse boy came in.

I was in the clubhouse during the second game, taking off my uniform, when the clubhouse boy came in.

When her turn came, a spot-light on the clubhouse was to illuminate the float and reveal her, combing her golden hair with a golden comb and singing away like the Musical Arts.

That made me feel better, and so I ditched the purveyor of refreshments and fled to the clubhouse.

Between the festival and the new clubhouse it's got Charley Cook running around in circles.

"The clubhouse had its official opening last night, and as yet none of those that were in attendance have appeared upon the scene.

"Wilbur went to the opening of the new clubhouse last night, and I got a 'phone from him this morning saying he was going home and get some sleep.

The sergeant entered the clubhouse and returned with Danton.

quarter, parish &c (region) 181. assembly room, meetinghouse, pump room, spa, watering place; inn; hostel, hostelry; hotel, tavern, caravansary, dak bungalow^, khan, hospice; public house, pub, pot house, mug house; gin mill, gin palace; bar, bar room; barrel house [U.S.], cabaret, chophouse; club, clubhouse; cookshop^, dive

Ah, this Plassans, with its Cours Sauvaire, its Rue de Rome, and its Rue de la Banne, dividing it into three quarters; this Plassans; with its windows always closed, this sun-baked town, dead in appearance, but which concealed under this sleeping surface a whole nocturnal life of the clubhouse and the gaming table.

I'm a member of the golf-club there, and was down at the clubhouse one morning looking at the papers when a fat middle-aged man, about my age, asked me if I cared for a game.

Life is such ecstasy," she threw back at him, as the cab drew up to the clubhouse door.

Arrived in New York, they went to the clubhouse, and took the same rooms they had before.

The wives and daughters of members have every privilege, and can give tea parties and luncheons in the clubhouses, while on certain evenings of the week a band is brought from the military barracks and everybody of any account in European society is expected to be present.

On Saturday afternoons and holidays these clubhouses are surrounded by gayly dressed people enjoying an outing, and at all times groups of natives may be seen scattered from one end of the Maidan to the other, sleeping, visiting, and usually resting in the full glare of the fierce sun.

The architecture of the whole is cold and unfeeling, and even the columns supporting the porticoes are of a very rigid orderwhen we consider that the clubhouse is not an official establishment, but one intended for luxurious accommodation, and that it would have admitted of much more florid embellishment.

A new mansion is building for the United Service Club, on the site of Carlton House, under the superintendance of Mr. Nash, and which, with another new clubhouse for the Athaenaeum, will form an entrance to the new square opposite Waterloo-Place.

The French tricolor with the red liberty cap was hung up in taverns and coffeehouses, which were the clubhouses of that day.

A group of gentlemen stood on the steps of the clubhouse which stands at that corner.

The Bohemian Club's devotion to music and drama finds expression beyond the plays and concerts at its town clubhouse.

We took our lunch at the clubhouse near the dam.

He delighted to hear John McTavish talk, and hung about the new clubhouse, apparently without purpose, until John not only sanctioned but besought his presence, calling him Laddie and luring him with tales of the monstrous gains amassed by competent caddies.

" "Awfully good of you," Merle responded, graciously, for he was no longer swinging at a ball, but merely walking back to the clubhouse, where one man was as good as another.

"That's what the poor kid gets for hanging about that clubhouse all the time.

It is a marked feature of labouring life that the respectable inn of the village at which the travelling farmer, or even persons higher in rank, occasionally call, which has a decent stable, and whose liquors are of a genuine character, is almost deserted by the men who seek the reeking tap of the ill-favoured public which forms the clubhouse of all the vice of the village.

Some day a man will bethink himself and write a book about the breed in a book called 'The Book of the Overseas Club,' for it is at the clubhouses all the way from Aden to Yokohama that the life of the Outside Men is best seen and their talk is best heard.

In the stately Hongkong Clubhouse, which is to the further what the Bengal Club is to the nearer East, you meet much the same gathering, minus the mining speculators and plus men whose talk is of tea, silk, shortings, and Shanghai ponies.

The women built a magnificent clubhouse on Madison Avenue, furnished it with every luxury, including a wonderful roof-garden.

The English Jockey Club in Mexico used to improve on this popular pastime by suspending huge figures of Judas, stuffed with copper coins, from ropes in front of their clubhouse.

Should this not be within your power, you have probably the entrรฉe to some private collections, clubhouses, theatres, or reading-rooms, and could devote a few hours to showing him these places.