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
(Carpentry) The vertical member of a cope-and-stick joint.
A person who swats
A building where people meet for a purpose.
A township of northeast New Jersey west of New York City; settled c. 1749 by colonists from Connecticut.
The administrative personnel of such a structure:
A short stick or club, especially a police officer's club.
To hit heavily and repeatedly with violent blows.
Pound means to repeatedly strike with force.
To indicate by beating or drumming.
(Baseball) To use a bat.
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 style of building:
(Sports) A player whose position at the start of a contest is at the center of the line or playing area
A heavy stick
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.
(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.
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
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.]
(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.
To form or collect into a bunch or bunches; gather together in a mass
To form an association for common, usually economic, benefit:
(Scot.) To go or work
To be or become embedded:
To transport or haul with a draft team.
A business that sells books, usually at discounted prices, to subscribing members who agree to buy a minimum number of them annually
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
An aluminum or wooden rod with a curved handle, used for support in walking
To perform (a shot or maneuver) successfully:
To bar or ostracize from social life, a particular profession, etc.
To join together for a common purpose.
To supply with weapons or a weapon; arm.
A size, as in clothing or shoes, designated as nine.
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