clubber

noun
club·​ber | \ ˈklə-bər How to pronounce clubber (audio) \

Definition of clubber

: a member or patron of a club

Examples of clubber in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web In the German towns of Schüttorf and Düsseldorf, night clubs this month assembled stages and screens in their parking lots for raves in which the clubbers waved glow sticks out of car windows and flashed headlights in time with the beat. Stephen Humphries, The Christian Science Monitor, "Pandemic, in park: Viewers pull up to drive-ins again," 21 May 2020 If clubbers pay a cover charge, the relationship is transactional. Lionel Shriver, Los Angeles Times, "Lionel Shriver is grateful for pandemic quarantine (no she isn’t)," 23 Apr. 2020 This underground sweatbox is a rite of passage for many Sydney clubbers. Jack Tregoning, Billboard, "Where to Dance In: Sydney," 19 Feb. 2020 Once swamped every Friday and Saturday with drinkers and clubbers alike, Kings Cross soon morphed into the domain of high-concept gyms and monied baby boomers. Jack Tregoning, Billboard, "Where to Dance In: Sydney," 19 Feb. 2020 Beloved by tourists and clubbers, Mykonos was one of Greece's first outposts in the Cyclades island chain to be hooked up to the national power grid in 2018. Stelios Bouras, Fortune, "Greece turns to China to connect its far-flung islands to the electric grid, leaving Brussels in the dark," 25 Jan. 2020 It's become really difficult for a young clubber to pay for a hotel or to rent a flat, apartment or house. Nicolas Stecher, Billboard, "Hï Ibiza and Ushuaïa Beach Hotel Founder Yann Pissenem Unpacks The Island's 'Organized Chaos'," 12 Nov. 2019 And Americans got a preview of what the next 10 months will be like, comedically speaking, as the Democrats try to winnow their field down to that one glee clubber who can actually sing and dance at the same time. Steve Johnson, chicagotribune.com, "Late-night TV confronts a tough question: Are Democratic candidates funny?," 28 June 2019 Despite its glitzy reputation as the ultimate European destination for clubbers, Ibiza—the third-largest Balearic island, located off the coast of Spain—offers much more than an endless party. National Geographic, "Ibiza beyond the clubs: 10 can’t-miss experiences," 16 Aug. 2019

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First Known Use of clubber

1633, in the meaning defined above

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“Clubber.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/clubber. Accessed 25 Nov. 2020.

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