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  • n. Plural form of clubroom.

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Examples

  • Mayumi looked everywhere throughout the school, from the science lab, to the home economics room, to even a few clubrooms.

    Arcana Magi Pure - c.1

  • They are essentially arguing that she needs Wall Street grooming, more time in the clubrooms, at least those that allow women.

    Rep. Jackie Speier: Enough Is Enough -- Put Elizabeth Warren in Charge

  • In addition to the new library, the LLC will also provide a language laboratory, tutorial rooms, administration offices, student centre, book shop, cafeteria, clubrooms and event space.

    Zaha Hadid Wins Competition for University Library

  • My best team experience was when at Uni I captained our club side to the premiership, was a great game and I got BOG, scored a try etc but the real highlight was the next day when we met at the clubrooms for a bbq and a few kegs.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Burger Lite 23 April

  • Hoity-toitier than even the Union, Century, or Metropole Clubs, its membership had been restricted to the thirty noblest butlers of them all, who pooled their considerable resources and leased a haughty brownstone in the Sixties, just off Fifth Avenue, for their clubrooms.

    The Body Ricardo

  • Hardwood shelving, indirect lighting and overstuffed chairs make these shops more like clubrooms, and in-store cafes and bakeries (sticky fingers notwithstanding) are almost as common as cash registers.

    Grass Roots Gold Rush

  • Campbell's parents were among those who crowded the tiny clubrooms to cheer on their son.

    USATODAY.com - Campbell bests faltering Goosen, surging Tiger at U.S. Open

  • Years afterward young American engineers relaxing in comfortable new clubrooms would listen to old Panama hands tell how he wore a flowing robe of glorious colors, “like an Oriental monarch.”

    The Path Between the Seas

  • Consequently, the clubrooms became deserted, the servants dozed in the antechambers, the newspapers grew mouldy on the tables, sounds of snoring came from dark corners, and the members of the Gun Club, erstwhile so noisy in their seances, were reduced to silence by this disastrous peace and gave themselves up wholly to dreams of a Platonic kind of artillery.

    From the Earth to the Moon

  • We have in St. Louis six branch libraries with assembly rooms and clubrooms -- in all a dozen or so.

    A Librarian's Open Shelf

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