clubbed
adjective Date: 14th century shaped like a club <
clubbed antennae
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  • clubbed — (klŭbd) adj. Shaped like a club. * * * …   Universalium

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  • clubbed — ˈkləbd adjective Etymology: Middle English, from club (I) + ed : shaped like a club: as a. of a finger : having a bulbous enlargement of the tip with convex overhanging nail b …   Useful english dictionary

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  • clubbed — klÊŒb n. group that meets periodically for a shared activity (i.e. literary club); location for social gatherings; bat, cudgel; shamrock shaped symbol (on playing cards) v. bludgeon, beat, bash, strike adj. pertaining to a club (location for… …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • Clubbed to Death (band) — Clubbed To Death is an electronic band based in Edinburgh, Scotland, usually with only one member but occasionally drawing upon external artists for vocals and such.[1] Musically, they are in a similar vein to Boards Of Canada or Plaid.[citation… …   Wikipedia

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