Examples of clubby in a Sentence
the clubby world of New York's social elite
new in town, she was hoping some of her clubbier coworkers might show her the city's hot spots
Recent Examples of clubby from the Web
Last year as the nation wrestled with a flood of #MeToo stories from the entertainment, sports, political and business worlds, women entrepreneurs broke their silence on sexism in the clubby world of venture capital.
Leather furnishings from Baxter and Moroso and clubby sofas and ottomans from Saba Italia encourage guests to sit down, work or enjoy something from the neighboring bar.
Niccol replaced Chipotle founder Steve Ells as CEO, a dramatic changing of the guard for a company that was long criticized for its clubby and insular leadership team.
The music was loud and the lights glowed red at Asia de Cuba, a clubby restaurant in New York with other locations overseas.
The crowd at Vivid Live is dotted with a few older professional types and young, clubby-looking guys and girls probably just along for some adult mayhem.
John Mellencamp moved into one of the most dramatic spaces, the first-floor condo that had once housed the Indianapolis 500 Room for elegant dining and its clubbier cousin of a bar, the McHale Room.
Swing rhythms, colorful brass lines, brief night-clubby piano solos and a general air of musical abandon amid rhythmic precision were part of the mix.
The Mess was a clubby dining space created during renovation of the west wing in the 1950s.
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CLUBBY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of clubby for English Language Learners
: friendly only to people who belong to a high social class
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