Meaning of “clubhouse” in the English Dictionary

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"clubhouse" in British English

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clubhousenoun [ C ]

uk /ˈklʌb.haʊs/ us /ˈklʌb.haʊs/

Examples from literature

  • He had seen him, however, several times in the clubhouse, and was satisfied that the man was really a member. 
  • I'm a member of the golf-club there, and was down at the clubhouse one morning looking at the papers when a fat middle-aged man, about my age, asked me if I cared for a game. 
  • Such clubhouses, places for the comfort of the ageing and aged, are found in many villages. 
  • The clubhouse is built on a low cliff at the water's edge. 
  • The wives cook the food at home and bring it for their husbands to the clubhouse. 

(Definition of “clubhouse” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)