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Definition of Clubland
1. an area containing many nightclubs [n -S]
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Literary usage of Clubland
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Mexico of the Twentieth Century by Percy Falcke Martin (1908)
"... style of building—Avenidas and Colonias— clubland—Jockey Club—American Club—British Club—Foreign Clubs—Native Clubs—Casino Nacional—Casino Espanol—Some ..."
2. London at the End of the Century: A Book of Gossip by Arthur William À Beckett (1900)
"I wish only to deal with that sort of " clubland " that is to be found in London, from the end of August until the close of September. ..."
3. The Life and Times of Queen Victoria by Robert Wilson (1893)
"... Entry into London—The Scene in the City—The West End en fHe—Loyalty of clubland —Accident to the Hoyal Party at Slough— The ..."
4. A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to London, Its Public Buildings, Leading by Ward, Lock and Company, ltd, Lock and Company Ward, ltd (1901)
"THE PALACES AND "clubland." WE meet to-day at Charing Cross. Crossing Trafalgar Square, and walking through SPRING ..."
5. America as I Saw it: Or America Revisited by Alec-Tweedie (Ethel) (1913)
"... CHAPTER V clubland AND CHATTER IF I were a young man, I should marry an American girl ; among them are some of the best-looking women in the world. ..."