Shaped like a club.
- Simple past tense and past participle of club.
(comparative more clubbed, superlative most clubbed)
- Shaped like a club; grasped like, or used as, a club.
Variant of club
- a heavy stick, usually thinner at one end, used as a weapon
- anything used to threaten or coerce
- golf club
- Indian club
- a group of people associated for a common purpose or mutual advantage, usually in an organization that meets regularly
- the room, building, or facilities used by such a group
- an organization that owns, controls, or sponsors an athletic team
- the team playing for or representing such an organization
- a nightclub
- any of a suit of playing cards marked with black figures shaped like a cloverleaf (♣)
- this suit of cards
Origin of clubMiddle English clubbe ; from Old Norse klubba, cudgel ; from Indo-European an unverified form geleb(h)- ; from base an unverified form gel-, form a ball from source climb, calf
transitive verbclubbed, clubbing
- to beat or strike as with a club
- to combine or pool (resources, etc.) for a common purpose
- to unite for a common purpose
- to use (a rifle or the like) as a club by hitting with the butt end
- to unite or combine for a common purpose
- Rare to form into a clublike mass