Definition of Clublands

1. clubland [n] - See also: clubland



Clublands Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clublands

clubfootedness
clubgoer
clubgoers
clubgoing
clubhands
clubhaul
clubhauled
clubhauling
clubhauls
clubhead
clubheads
clubhouse
clubhouses
clubland
clublands (current term)
clubless
clublike
clubmaker
clubmakers
clubman
clubmate
clubmates
clubmen
clubmoss
clubmoss family
clubmosses
clubroom
clubrooms
clubroot

Literary usage of Clublands

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1. The Night Side of London by Robert Machray (1902)
"is that the clublands of literature, art, and the drama are, for much the most part, peopled with prosperous men who, if they do not fare sumptuously every ..."

2. Black Sheep Chapel by Margaret Baillie-Saunders (1919)
"... if he must talk at all, than the idle speculations of loafing men about Jermyn Street clublands. Nevertheless the recollection of it remained in his ..."

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