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  • noun Plural form of golf-club.


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  • The plot makes no sense, and it's only a small win to see Fred tap-dance with golf-clubs on a green.

    Festivals around the world roverthedog 2007

  • There were the golf-clubs and tennis-rackets, the straw hats and caps, the rows of gloves, the sheaf of walking-sticks, which you will find in ten thousand British homes.

    The Thirty-Nine Steps 2005

  • One of these strangers was pushing as she came, with one hand, her bicycle; two others carried golf-clubs; and their attire generally was in contrast to that of the other girls at Balbec, some of whom, it was true, went in for games, but without adopting any special outfit.

    Within a Budding Grove 2003

  • From that moment, whereas for the last few days my mind had been occupied chiefly by the tall one, it was the one with the golf-clubs, presumed to be Mlle. Simonet, who began once more to absorb my attention.

    Within a Budding Grove 2003

  • A young man with regular features, carrying a bag of golf-clubs, sauntered up to us.

    Within a Budding Grove 2003

  • Her shoulders, which I had seen bowed and resentful when she was carrying her golf-clubs, were leaning against my books.

    The Captive 2003

  • He collected his bag, stowed it in a clear space on the rack above the shy young man's head, thrust his golf-clubs on the opposite rack and, positively blushing and regarding the girl with pathetic humility, he reclaimed his magazines.

    The Return of Mr Campion Allingham, Margery, 1904-1966 1989

  • Just after you'd told me, that day, I looked out of the window and there was the master coming down the hill with his golf-clubs, so it couldn't have been him who was with the mistress in the drawing-room.

    Sleeping Murder Christie, Agatha, 1890-1976 1976

  • Muse has bestowed upon us, though I confess to a weariness when the talk is too much of golf-clubs and salmon rods.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 101, October 10, 1891 Various

  • "Shikari saaf kuro lakri ke major sahib" (cleaning the golf-clubs).

    A Holiday in the Happy Valley with Pen and Pencil T. R. Swinburne


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