Definition of Club car
1. Noun. Railroad car having a bar and tables and lounge chairs.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Club Car
Literary usage of Club car
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Modern Railroad by Edward Hungerford (1911)
"The club car is one of the most elaborate developments of the entire ... The car is entirely filled with regular riders, so it is in a sense a club car. ..."
2. Life and Letters of Henry Lee Higginson by Henry Lee Higginson, Bliss Perry (1921)
"Yet one way to hasten the millennium is to believe that it is coming; and when Major Higginson went to New Haven in 1898, in the Tavern club car, ..."
3. A Touch of Dangerby Michael William Paulson by Michael William Paulson (2005)
"Soft music played from hidden speakers within the club car, as Derek hobbled in. ... Then he nodded toward the club car entrance. ..."
4. The Horseless Age (1903)
"The Country club car Company will engage extensively in the manufacture of automobiles and gasoline engines at South Boston, Mass. ..."