Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A room used for meetings or activities of a club.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. A room used for club activities

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The apartment in which a club meets.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The apartment in which a club meets.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a room used for the activities of a club

Etymologies

club +‎ room (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The Imperial is severe, but the Super Chief, with its mile-long cabin and "clubroom"-themed backseat, is excessive to the point of being farcical.

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  • A lot of scenes that were evidently grafted into the Jacobson/Colón “Report” to make it more interesting to look at set off the “bogus” alarm, like a panel in which a pair of FBI agents bring in three handcuffed, tattooed, smirking punks, declaring, “Their so-called clubroom was loaded with horse” — what, have we just stumbled into an episode of “CSI”?

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  • In the clubroom was a large fireplace in which a wood fire burned during the sessions.

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  • This extravagant pickup prototype has an enormous, almost Maybach-sized rear seat with a "clubroom" theme.

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  • Mess over, they adjourned to the "clubroom," a large room, roughly but comfortably furnished with homemade easy chairs, benches and tables, and supplied with all the reading matter in camp.

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  • Because what should finally set off the alarms is this: There are young women on campuses everywhere, headed to frat parties where the difference between "sexual assault" and "consensual sex" is being parsed for "brothers" by clubroom minds as festering and obsessed as this one.

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  • She bullies three other members into joining: Yuki, who is actually a member of the literature club (whose clubroom Haruhi also stole); Mikuru, a nervous (and buxom) upperclassman; and Itsuki, a “mysterious” transfer student.

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  • They found Edie in the big clubroom downstairs, weeping quietly.

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  • It had space, a large and comfortable office with the feel of an old English clubroom, an attentive staff, and beautifully expansive grounds.

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  • Just got to my gym, and am sitting at one of the computers in the clubroom updating my blog before my Body Attack class.

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