Definition of Clubable

1. Adjective. Inclined to club together. "A clubbable man"

Exact synonyms: Clubbable
Language type: Colloquialism
Similar to: Sociable



Definition of Clubable

1. sociable [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clubable

club fungus
club hair
club haul
club head
club kid
club kids
club member
club moss
club mosses
club nine
club sandwich
club sandwiches
club soda
club sodas
club steak
clubable (current term)
clubbable
clubbed
clubbed digits
clubbed fingers
clubber
clubbers
clubbier
clubbiest
clubbiness
clubbinesses
clubbing
clubbings
clubbish

Literary usage of Clubable

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Old Times in Dixie Land: A Southern Matron's Memories by Caroline Elizabeth Merrick (1901)
"THE SOUTHERN WOMAN BECOMES A " clubable " BEING. IN every individual life there enter events which in their enlarged influence are analogous to epoch-making ..."

2. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine by Roy J. Friedman Mark Twain Collection (Library of Congress) (1913)
"With the eminently conventional, clubable girl it will make little difference with whom she ... As most fraternity girls are naturally of the clubable type, ..."

3. The West from a Car-window by Richard Harding Davis (1892)
"The Eastern mind does not occupy itself much with these guardians of its borders ; its idea of the soldier is the comfortable, clubable fellow they meet in ..."

4. The Genius and Character of Emerson: Lectures at the Concord School of by Concord School of Philosophy (1884)
"The word " clubable " is, I believe, of English origin. ... He was clubable; that \is, capable of enjoying a mixed company gathered ( with a fixed object ..."

5. The Genius and Character of Emerson: Lectures at the Concord School of by Concord School of Philosophy, Franklin Benjamin Sanborn (1885)
"The word " clubable" is, I believe, of English origin. ... He was clubable ; that is, capable of enjoying a mixed company gathered with a fixed object From ..."

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