adjective, club·bi·er, club·bi·est.
Related formsclub·bi·ly, adverbclub·bi·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for clubby
GLOBAL FRATERNITY The Mostly Male Face of Davos The World Economic Forum is like a fraternity—loud, clubby, and male.
But here we have the original home that used "Sandstorm" for clubby Christmas light display in 2006.
Gavin previously asserted that Reliable Sources had a "clubby" atmosphere and repeatedly uses a select few Beltway guests.
It was built on the lines of a gigantic centipede, with two rows of clubby oars beneath, and ranked as the popular favourite.The Secret of the League|Ernest Bramah
We could of talked to plenty o' people here, all right; they were as clubby a gang as I ever seen.Gullible's Travels, Etc.|Ring W. Lardner
An' it's too broad an' clubby f'r a grizzly, an' the claws are too long f'r the length of the foot.The Grizzly King|James Oliver Curwood
Morgan knocked the ashes out of his short, clubby little pipe, put it in his shirt pocket behind his badge, and went on.Trail's End|George W. Ogden