from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun One that wields a club.
- noun One who is active in a club.
- noun One who frequents nightclubs.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who belongs to a club; a clubbist; a club-man.
- noun One who clubs; one who strikes with a club.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who clubs.
- noun rare A member of a club.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun One who partakes in
clubbing, who frequents nightclubs
- noun One who clubs, who hits objects with a
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June 23rd, 2006 at 7: 37 pm moonbat patrol says: nice try again clubber but the personal attacks which are your standard MO don’t really cut it.
Very, how should I say, self-taught kind of clubber, first generation of DJ, who were writing their own music.
The Gem will be transformed in a popular night spot for the plays and patrons are urged to get on their 'glad rags' and become a 'clubber' for the evening.
Such is the hold of the 'ketamine is a horse drug' idea that a recent Mixmag cover-story on the drug actually pictured a 'clubber' wearing a pantomime horse head on the dance floor.
I was contemplating my own situation as a mature single woman, I'm not a clubber; I don't do a bar scene.
Though this is Play31's first venture into the music world, Lund himself is a regular clubber in New York, and his girlfriend is a former techno DJ.
As the official site clubber of baby harp seals, I grant you permission: drown vermin — of the order Rodentia or the order Democratia as it suits you.
There is the good-looking guy, the Muslim, the gay, the anorexic, the virgin, and a night-clubber in love of his teacher.
Fortunately, Kurt isn't the only glee clubber who's going to be raging against whatever vile, nasty things Sebastian does.
Motion, Avon Street, SatJohn MitchellThey may not be breaking much new ground musically – their mix of deep, tech and progressive house sounds would be familiar to a clubber who hasn't been out for over a decade – but Liverpool's Freeze still keep things fresh and interesting.