Definition of clubby in English:

clubby

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Pronunciation: /ˈklʌbi
 
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adjective (clubbier, clubbiest)

informal
  • Friendly and sociable with fellow members of a group but not with outsiders: the clubby, late-night world of Parliament
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    • No, not a loner, it's just that I'm not a very clubby person.
    • People in the clubby world of hedge funds think that's the largest launch on record.
    • The skills needed for law enforcement - a clubby culture of sharing information among agents - often means disaster in intelligence work.

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