from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A man who is a member of a club or clubs, especially one who is active in club life.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A man who attends a social club.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who carries a club; one who fights with a club.
But this is a play about class as well as sex: I had forgotten how subtly Rattigan suggests the opposing counsels inhabit the same masonic clubman's world while the accused, however innocent of the charge, is branded a corrupter of youth and a vulgar sensualist.
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Holdsworthy treated him more like a brother than a mere fellow-clubman, watching over him, advising him, and introducing him to the magnates of the local financial world.
At the words game plan an enraged Tory harrumphed the word "disgusting!" like a Pall Mall clubman burping up a liver and onion supper.
Yes; he was a clubman and a society man, the sort that grace social functions and utter inanities with
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Therein, one Jack Lennon, clubman and bon vivant, tells a friend identified only as Golden Youth, "The world, dear chap, is the only original and simon-pure synonym for hell."
He is that familar bugaboo of Jack's, a clubman and a society man, "the sort that grace social functions and utter inanities with a charm and unction which are indescribable; the sort that talk big, and cry over a toothache; the sort that put more hell into a woman's life by marrying her than can the most graceless libertine that ever browsed in forbidden pastures."
The larger and longer arc — of the declension from Angry Young Man to clubman and gouty curmudgeon — is the one that many critics confidently expected Leader to follow.
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