Part of speech:
An association is defined as a connection between ideas made mentally, or a connection you see in your head.
A group of people broadly distinguished from other groups by mutual interests, participation in characteristic relationships, shared institutions, and a common culture:
Any staff or baton used as a symbol of authority
A person who swats
A style of building:
A building where people meet for a purpose.
The administrative personnel of such a structure:
A heavy stick
A township of northeast New Jersey west of New York City; settled c. 1749 by colonists from Connecticut.
(Sports) A player whose position at the start of a contest is at the center of the line or playing area
(Carpentry) The vertical member of a cope-and-stick joint.
A short heavy club, usually of wood, that is thicker or loaded at one end.
A short staff carried by certain public officials as a symbol of office.
A short stick or club, especially a police officer's club.
(Music) The horizontal lines on and between which notes are written or printed: the placement of a note on the staff indicates its pitch
A heavy medieval war club, often with a spiked, metal head
A stick or cudgel made of crabapple wood, especially when used as an instrument of punishment.
A hand tool consisting of a handle with a head of metal or other heavy rigid material that is attached at a right angle, used for striking or pounding.
A similar tool with a rubber, leather, or plastic head, used to strike a surface without damaging it.
An aluminum or wooden rod with a curved handle, used for support in walking
A walking stick or switch made from such wood.
A heavy stick
A wooden staff of an approximate length between 2 and 2.5 meters, sometimes tipped with iron, used as a weapon in rural England during the Early Modern period.
A beating or blow with a stick, usually on the soles of the feet, esp. as a method of punishment
To strike with a cudgel.
To hit heavily and repeatedly with violent blows.
Pound means to repeatedly strike with force.
The main office, or center of operations and control, of anyone in command, as in an army or police force
(Always in the singular) The people in a room. [from 17th c.]
To indicate by beating or drumming.
(Proper) The Roman academy of law, literature, etc. founded by Hadrian
A club bent at one end, used to strike the ball in this game
The canons of a church or the members of a religious residence considered as a group.
An international banking agreement or association
A social organization at a college or university, traditionally consisting of male students and designated by Greek letters.
The definition of a sorority is a social club for females, typically at a college or university, where the girls call each other "sisters," and do activities together.
(Baseball) To use a bat.
To form or collect into a bunch or bunches; gather together in a mass
To form an association for common, usually economic, benefit:
To join together for a common purpose.
(Scot.) To go or work
To be or become embedded:
To transport or haul with a draft team.
To supply with weapons or a weapon; arm.
A business that sells books, usually at discounted prices, to subscribing members who agree to buy a minimum number of them annually
A single meeting, as of a political party or other group.
The act of uniting or of forming a union of states, groups, etc. by agreement of each member to subordinate its power to that of the central authority in common affairs
A group of people with the same interests; company; brotherhood
In medieval times, a union of men in the same craft or trade to uphold standards and protect the members
An association or alliance of individuals, groups, or nations formed by such a covenant
The floor show presented by such a restaurant or nightclub.
A place of entertainment open at night for eating, drinking, dancing, etc., and usually having a floor show
A place of entertainment open at night for drinking and, often, eating and dancing
An implement consisting of a long, slender shaft and a metal or wooden head, used in golf to hit the ball
a team of professional baseball players who play and travel together
a formal association of people with similar interests
To perform (a shot or maneuver) successfully:
To bar or ostracize from social life, a particular profession, etc.
A size, as in clothing or shoes, designated as nine.
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