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Darby and Joan club

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Definition of Darby and Joan club in English:

noun

British
A club for senior citizens.
Example sentences
  • This building and the nearby village hall between them accommodate a wide variety of interests, ranging from the playgroup through karate and the Darby and Joan club.
  • She has been leader and deputy leader of the Darby and Joan club, now Broadway Evergreen, and a trustee of Broadway Youth Club.
  • He was not a particularly shy child and was performing regularly on stage by the age of six, thanks to a family friend who used to entertain at local Darby and Joan clubs and homes.

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