clubber

noun
club·ber | \ˈklə-bər \

Definition of clubber 

: a member or patron of a club

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One night last month at Noite Príncipe, the monthly party dedicated to the batida sound, the main room filled up gradually up with expats and tourists, hipsters and clubbers. Kate Hutchinson, New York Times, "Nídia Is Bringing the Sound of Lisbon’s Ghettos to the World," 14 June 2018 This is the issue as the grunters, hold the ropers, chop the wooders, culture clubbers would just as soon be hit repeatedly by a ball-peen hammer than not play football in the fall. Scott Springer, Cincinnati.com, "Springer: Switch the high school seasons?," 14 Apr. 2018 Local gay club The Week is the biggest in Latin America; its recent Babylon party drew 5,000 clubbers. Oscar Lopez, Newsweek, "Behind Brazil's Gay Pride Parades, a Struggle With Homophobic Violence," 11 May 2015 Henry Grabar investigates what’s going wrong and what might entice the country-clubbers to stay as job opportunities disappear. Chau Tu, Slate Magazine, "The Angle: Au Revoir, Paris (Agreement) Edition," 2 June 2017 Conservative country clubbers face a policy future that is uncertain at best. Chris Stirewalt, Fox News, "What Republicans can learn from the Tory tumble," 9 June 2017 Throngs of young clubbers bring the streets to life after dark, and an ever-changing array of bohemian-chic restaurants make Kazimierz an evening foodie destination. Rick Steves, miamiherald, "Kraków: the heart and soul of Poland," 11 May 2017 Check out this prehistoric monster terrorizing some country clubbers trying to play a charity event on Kiawah Island: Giant alligator interrupts a golf tournament in South Carolina by nonchalantly walking across the course. Jack Holmes, Esquire, "Even More Evidence That Dinosaurs Are Not Extinct," 28 Mar. 2017

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First Known Use of clubber

1633, in the meaning defined above

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