"club" Definition

  1. in manœuvring troops, so to blunder in giving the word of command that the soldiers get into a position from which they cannot extricate themselves by ordinary tactical means. Young officers frequently “CLUB” their men, and get consequently “wigged” by the inspecting general.

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Position in the dictionary: 682 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: clump, cly, cly-faker, coach, coach-wheel, coal, coals, cobbing, cock, cock and bull story
Previous words in the dictionary: clover, clout, cloud, clod-hopper, clock, clipping, clipper, cling-rig, clincher, clinch

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