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social club

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsocial clubˈsocial ˌclub noun [countable]  a club where its members can go to spend time, talk, drink etc with other members
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social clubOften they are middle-aged or elderly ladies, who look upon it as a social club.In the early 1930s, a former social club evolved into the Patients' Federation and a newspaper was started.For example, you might identify with a religion, local community, ethnic group, social club, and sports team.They belonged to every organization, social club, old comrades association, and church for miles around.The newcomer is one election at the annual general meeting of members in the Mourneview Park social club tomorrow night.In 1955, Gibson formally dubbed it an organization, though social club might have been a more apt description.
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