Definition of Clublands
1. clubland [n] - See also: clubland
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clublands
Literary usage of Clublands
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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 ..."