from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A club that promotes yachting and boating.

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  • n. club that promotes and supports yachting and boating


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  • Carol had said nothing of a large house nearby; only that it lay beyond a yacht club on Center Island, an isthmus crooking its coastline like a scooping hand to form Oyster Bay.

    Walls of Silence

  • He pulled into the ship channel that he’d follow to the dock outside his condo, but his gaze followed the boat’s foamy white wake until the yacht club disappeared over the horizon.

    In His Own Defense

  • The mention of Tony’s boat brought Harper Wells’s comment about the yacht club to Kristine’s mind.

    In His Own Defense

  • I just noticed the Bar Association’s summer cocktail dance at the yacht club is coming up on Saturday.

    In His Own Defense

  • Before a landing was made, however, Miss Susie Stevens had suggested numerous plans for picnics, cruises among the islands, meetings for tennis at the yacht club and various other methods by which the days were to be passed.

    The Go Ahead Boys and the Racing Motor-Boat

  • HITCHCOCK - The developer of 625-acre luxury community Harborwalk will ask a bankruptcy court judge today to allow it to obtain $2.5 million in financing to keep its marina and yacht club open and to take measures to keep the lights on as it battles with lender Compass Bank about a

    The Daily News - News


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