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
The clubby aura is augmented with dark wood paneling, white tablecloths, glittering crystal disc chandeliers and modern artwork.
The Diamond Grille embraces two things: Steaks, and an old-time, clubby feel that remains a comforting break from the sometimes trying-too-hard trendy eateries that pop up.
Tavern, on one of Center City’s quaint, narrow alleyways, is better known for its piano bar: a clubby, ground-floor room with a grand piano that’s flanked by bar stools and crowned with a Lucite top hat for tips.
Cheat Codes' beat was way too upbeat and clubby to bring into the bedroom.
Many rank and file followed them out the door, and key positions were filled by people who were not well-known in the clubby cybersecurity industry.
From the clubby handsome wood paneling, saddle leather, classic equestrian artwork, and beautifully branded china and crystal.
As the industry has matured, rivalries have broken into the clubby network of friends from the Darpa event.
Sometimes the entry hall's hanging light fixture is taken down and the peripatetic table is moved to make way for as many as 70 guests; the walls of the drawing room reflect the warm, clubby glow given off by lamps with red-silk shades.
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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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