- a building or room occupied by a club.
- a building or area used for social or recreational activities by occupants of an apartment complex, institution, etc.
- an athletic team's dressing room.
Origin of clubhouse
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Examples from the Web for clubhouse
Rivera encountered Steinbrenner in the clubhouse, and the owner asked the closer whether they were going to win.Speed Read: Highlights From Mariano Rivera’s Memoir, ‘The Closer’
May 15, 2014
If you want to become a member at The Clubhouse, you first have to introduce yourself via email to Pierre.The Secret Speakeasies of Buenos Aires
February 25, 2014
The consul was a keen golfer, so Cunningham ostentatiously visited the clubhouse with his clubs and an overnight bag.Week in Death: The Woman Who Cracked Hitler’s Codes
November 17, 2013
In the clubhouse afterward, Ruth was naturally exultant over his 60th homer.Babe Ruth’s Summer of Records
September 29, 2013
The boys at Augusta National have finally taken the “No Girls Allowed” sign off the clubhouse door.Augusta’s Weird Culture War Ends With Membership for Rice, Moore
August 21, 2012
He'd have took back the clubhouse, but he couldn't, as the deed of gift was free and clear.The Depot Master
Joseph C. Lincoln
All I can think of is what the man on the clubhouse steps said.
Dick Prescott, you tell us what the man on the clubhouse steps said!
I left the professor at the clubhouse and raced back to the farm.Love Among the Chickens
P. G. Wodehouse
There's a clubhouse there now, instead of his old eating house, they say.Maw's Vacation
- the premises of a sports or other club, esp a golf club
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