Definition of Clubhouses

1. Noun. (plural of clubhouse) ¹



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Definition of Clubhouses

1. clubhouse [n] - See also: clubhouse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clubhouses

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

Literary usage of Clubhouses

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

1. Labor Maintenance: A Practical Handbook of Employees' Service Work by Daniel Bloomfield (1920)
"clubhouses—^Work in Mining Camps and Steel Plants clubhouses make possible another form of employee recreation. In the mining camps and steel plants, ..."

2. Annual Report of the Isthmian Canal Commission by Isthmian Canal Commission (U.S.), United States President (1901-1909 : Roosevelt), Canal Zone Governor (1912)
"clubhouses. The accounts of the several clubhouses have been audited monthly. ... During the past year the receipts from the operation of clubhouses has ..."

3. The Belief in Immortality and the Worship of the Dead by James George Frazer (1913)
"... Every village contains one or ciu ouses. more of j-ne men's clubhouses which are a common feature in the social life of the tribes on this coast. ..."

4. Modern Baths and Bath Houses by William Paul Gerhard (1908)
"CHAPTER XIII BATHS FOB clubhouses, GYMNASIUMS, HOTELS AND BARBER SHOPS clubhouses are usually furnished with bathing facilities in the shape ..."

5. An Actor's Tour; Or, Seventy Thousand Miles with Shakespeare by Daniel Edward Bandmann (1885)
"... place —Its magnificent geographical position — Its produce — The residences and clubhouses of the Europeans — The Germans in Singapore —The Governor, ..."

6. Carpentry and Building (1908)
"... this being the case especially with clubhouses, schools, colleges and other places where athletics are enjoyed to a greater or lesser decree. ..."

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