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
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His draconian reforms and prickly personality irked Montreal’s clubby business elite.
Take note, sportscar cognoscenti — McLaren’s 720S is about to raise awareness of this remarkable marque beyond your clubby clique.
Running a TV network made Murdoch an even more glamorous figure in Australia’s clubby media world.
Roodyn was first tapped to select the U.S. team 12 years ago and personally drafted this year’s recruits, choosing from the clubby Northeastern ping-pong-enthusiast circuits.
The problems can be particularly acute for women leading startups, as their companies are dependent on clubby venture capitalists for funding.
Those issues can be particularly acute for women leading startups, as their companies are dependent on clubby venture capitalists for funding.
Affected plants have stunted, clubby stems with multitudes of vicious thorns.
The patio has been turned into a room papered in a floral pattern that’s clubby enough for a Super Tuscan—though one of the affordable Italian country wines is the smarter way to go.
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First Known Use of clubby
Synonymsboon, clubbable (also clubable), convivial, companionable, extroverted (also extraverted), gregarious, outgoing, sociable, social
Antonymsantisocial, insociable, introverted, nongregarious, reclusive, unsociable, unsocial
Related Wordscordial, folksy, forthcoming, friendly, hospitable; affable, genial, gracious; agreeable, amiable, congenial, kindly, neighborly; animated, gay, jaunty, jolly, jovial, lively, peppy, perky, pert, spirited, sprightful, sprightly, vivacious; communicative, expansive, garrulous, talkative; bright, buoyant, cheerful, chipper, effervescent, upbeat; bubbly, exuberant, high-spirited
Near Antonymsmisanthropic; aloof, cold, cool, detached, distant, frosty, remote, reserved, standoffish; mum, mute, reticent, silent, taciturn
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