luncheon club

  1. social welfare (in Britain) an arrangement or organization for serving hot midday meals for a small charge to old people in clubs or daycentres

  2. a society or group of people who meet regularly for an organized lunch: a ladies' luncheon club

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How to use luncheon club in a sentence

  • Caruso got fined for his reply, and with the tinkle of coins in the luncheon club kitty the men dispersed.

    The Invaders | Benjamin Ferris
  • He caught George one day on the sidewalk and hustled him to a luncheon club.

    The Guarded Heights | Wadsworth Camp