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rendezvous
used in This Side of Paradise

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Definition
to meet at a certain time and place; or an instance of such a meeting
  • With prohibition the great rendezvous had received their death wounds; no longer could one wander to the Biltmore bar at twelve or five and find congenial spirits, and both Tom and Amory had outgrown the passion for dancing with mid-Western or New Jersey debbies at the Club-de-Vingt (surnamed the "Club de Gink") or the Plaza Rose Room—besides even that required several cocktails "to come down to the intellectual level of the women present," as Amory had once put it to a horrified...
    2.2 — Experiments in Convalescence (60% in)

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