Definition of Clubwoman

1. [n -WOMEN]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clubwoman

clubman
clubmate
clubmates
clubmen
clubmoss
clubmoss family
clubmosses
clubroom
clubrooms
clubroot
clubroot fungus
clubroots
clubrush
clubs
clubwear
clubwoman (current term)
clubwomen
cluck
clucked
clucketh
cluckier
cluckiest
clucking
cluckings
clucks
cluckt
clucky
cludge
cludged
cludges

Literary usage of Clubwoman

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1. Club Makers and Club Members by Thomas Hay Sweet Escott (1914)
"... and her nineteenth-century ancestresses—The primitive clubwoman and her strange contrast to the clubwoman of to-day—Ladies' ..."

2. A Librarian's Open Shelf: Essays on Various Subjects by Arthur Elmore Bostwick (1920)
"On another occasion a clubwoman entered the library and said with an air of importance, "I want your material on Susanna H. Brown." The librarian had never ..."

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