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AC2 abbreviation of "athletic club," a club that provides athletic equipment and sports-related services to its members.
backswing in sports, the first part of the swing of a bat, club, racket, or the like, in which it is swung toward the player's back in preparation for the forward swing.
ballroom a large room used for dancing, as in a hotel, club, or mansion.
basidiomycete any of the fungi, such as mushrooms, puffballs, and smuts, that bear spores on a club-shaped cell.
bastinado a blow or beating with a stick or club. [2/4 definitions]
bat1 a heavy, shaped wooden or metal club used to strike the ball in baseball or cricket. [2/4 definitions]
beetle2 a wooden mallet or club used to stamp and finish linen, compress paving stones, or mash vegetables. [1/3 definitions]
billy a club, esp. that of a policeman; billy club.
blackjack a short club with a leather cover, heavy head, and flexible handle, used as a weapon. [1/6 definitions]
blazer a sports jacket in a solid, sometimes bright color, often with a school or club emblem on the breast pocket.
bludgeon a short stick with one end thicker and heavier than the other, used as a weapon; club. [1/3 definitions]
boomerang a curved wooden club designed to return to the thrower when hurled, used as a hunting weapon by Australian aborigines. [1/3 definitions]
brassie a wooden golf club with a brass-plated sole, used to hit long, low shots; a number two wood.
buffet1 a forceful blow, as with a club or fist. [1/4 definitions]
chapter a branch of a club or other organization. [1/4 definitions]
charter (often cap.) a document defining the principles and organizational rules of a corporate body, association, club, or the like; constitution. [1/7 definitions]
clavate club-shaped.
cloakroom a room in a school, club, theater, or the like where coats, hats, and other outdoor clothing may be temporarily left.
club to hit or strike with or as if with a club. [1/7 definitions]
clubable combined form of club.
clubhouse a building or room owned by a club for meetings and other events.