club·​ber ˈklə-bər How to pronounce clubber (audio)
: a member or patron of a club

Example Sentences

Recent Examples on the Web Return to menu For ravers, clubbers and thrill seekers, there’s no place like Echostage in the District — or in the country. Olivia Mccormack, Washington Post, 23 Mar. 2023 The album was initially inspired by the sounds of New York and Chicago music and her experience as a clubber. Lisa Kocay, Forbes, 27 Dec. 2022 But along with sage advice about splurging for a shared ride, the classic clubber will also tell you to eat a good dinner before carousing until ... um ... brunch on Sunday, Jan. 1. Rod Stafford Hagwood, Sun Sentinel, 22 Dec. 2022 Sam Houser, a co-creator of Grand Theft Auto and a founder of Rockstar Games, first listened to Solomun as a general-admission clubber in Pacha, several years ago. Ed Caesar, The New Yorker, 26 Sep. 2022 The important thing is that the action sequences are staged with maximum skillfulness (occasionally undercut by the subpar CGI effects, including the Predator glowing like a clubber who’s wandered into ultraviolet light). Frank Scheck, The Hollywood Reporter, 3 Aug. 2022 When the New Directions competed in sectionals, the glee clubber naturally relied on her go-to song. Keith Langston,, 11 July 2022 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, 21 May 2020 If clubbers pay a cover charge, the relationship is transactional. Lionel Shriver, Los Angeles Times, 23 Apr. 2020 See More

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Word History

First Known Use

1633, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of clubber was in 1633

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Cite this Entry

“Clubber.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 6 Jun. 2023.

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