/ (ˈklʌbˌlænd) /

  1. (in Britain) the area of London around St James's, which contains most of the famous London clubs

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How to use clubland in a sentence

  • Then, as for the domestic finance, why expect officers and lawyers, doctors and gentlemen from clubland to manage fiscal matters?

    West African studies | Mary Henrietta Kingsley
  • In this stretch of the Avenue and in the adjacent streets is the heart of the new clubland.

    Fifth Avenue | Arthur Bartlett Maurice