unclubbable

[ uhn-kluhb-uh-buhl ]

adjectiveBritish.
  1. not acceptable as a person with whom one can enjoy good fellowship; socially unappealing.

Origin of unclubbable

1
First recorded in 1755–65; un-1 + clubbable

Words Nearby unclubbable

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How to use unclubbable in a sentence

  • In what most men count the great things of life, Loring never abused his position; in the small, he became frankly unclubbable.

    Sonia Between two Worlds | Stephen McKenna