Related formsclub·ba·bil·i·ty, club·a·bil·i·ty, noun
Examples from the Web for clubbable
This was one of the creations of Dr. Johnson's clubbable nature, which served as recreation for this laborious worker.
He was of a clubbable nature, and delighted in wit-combats and brilliant repartees, the flash of which was perfectly electric.
Theodore Hook was one of the most clubbable men of his time.