from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Enlarged gradually at the end, as the antennæ of certain insects.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Shaped like a club; clavate.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. shaped in the form of a club that is larger at one end
- adj. shaped in the form of the black trefoil or clover leaf on some playing cards
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The music beat them back, the pink haze forming knots around their necks or club-shaped clouds which smashed them into oblivion.
For I beheld simply an irregularly sloping open space, and all over its slanting floor stood a forest of little club-shaped fungi, each shining gloriously with that pinkish silvery light.
But someone, somewhere might love that golf club-shaped cheese spreader.
The "club-shaped" surface proteins that surround the virus attach the virus to its host cell.
There is a tendency in the Rio Grande cutthroat trout for some spots on the caudal peduncle to coalesce into large, club-shaped spots.
The swelling may in time lead to a club-shaped, deformed stump, which is difficult to fit with an artificial limb.
The battil, also no longer built, featured long stems topped by large, club-shaped stem heads and stern posts decorated with cowrie shells and leather.
These vary in number from 5 to 50 per plant and are commonly spherical to club-shaped but differ consider ably in form and are usually 15-20 cm long.
One good variety that has club-shaped inflorescences is Amaranthus caudatus cv edulis (sometimes classified as Amaranthus edulis or Amaranthus mantegazzianus).
We call him the frog-god because in the Codex Tro. 31, he is pictured in the first and second lines with the club-shaped fingers of a frog, which occur only on this figure.