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country club

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcountry clubˈcountry ˌclub noun [countable]  DLCa sports and social club, especially one for rich people
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country clubYou then are given a number in suburban Baltimore, which turns out to be a country club Donovan owns.I thought it was a country club.His appeal extends beyond the old Republican base of suburban country club whites.Freddy's folks were at the country club.We saw them once or twice a month and usually ate at their country club.And the fact that it is the first true country club in the area.
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