clubhouse

[kluhb-hous]
noun, plural clubhouses [kluhb-hou-ziz] .
1.
a building or room occupied by a club.
2.
a building or area used for social or recreational activities by occupants of an apartment complex, institution, etc.
3.
an athletic team's dressing room.

Origin:
1810–20; club + house

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clubhouse (ˈklʌbˌhaʊs)
 
n
the premises of a sports or other club, esp a golf club

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clubhouse
1818, from club + house.
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Example sentences
The athletes and their coaches apologized for not having a clubhouse in which
  to serve tea.
The one-story red-brick clubhouse fronts onto a well-tended, mostly flat course
  carved out of the woods.
So when she announced last week that she was pretty much closing up the
  clubhouse, publishing houses shuddered.
And if that kind of spectacle drives fans crazy, imagine how it could destroy a
  clubhouse.
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