A clubman was hurrying back with a young man who carried a small black bag.
You have only known me in my decadence, an idle and unprofitable London clubman.
At one corner of the house, unseen by the clubman, a head had cautiously slipped forth.
He had the clothes of a clubman, the benignity of a clergyman, and the dignity of an undertaker.
A complete change of costume is not convenient, and you never see a New York clubman on the streets in riding togs.
When he was a little younger Harper used to be quite a clubman.
At the foot of one giant tree, on a bed of gray moss, the clubman laid his little charge and threw himself at her feet.
He had been a broker and a clubman, and was high up in the world.
But, after all, the sword exercise is only the hewing and poking of the clubman developed and perfected.
But he gave the clubman the word and the rope was lifted from the prisoner's neck.