clubhouse

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  • noun

Synonyms for clubhouse

a building that is occupied by a social club

References in classic literature ?
There were the Stranger's club-house, the Athenaeum club-house, the Hampton club-house, the St James's club-house, and half a mile of club-houses to play IN; and there were ROUGE-ET-NOIR, French hazard, and other games to play AT.
They walked together from the eighteenth green towards the club-house.
The President's mansion is more like an English club-house, both within and without, than any other kind of establishment with which I can compare it.
An ICC spokeswoman said the body chose to use the Barabati stadium club-house after considering all options and the best security for the teams.
As well, MBTW is finishing up a $1-million renovation master plan of the Parry Sound Golf and Country Club, featuring some club-house upgrades after earlier designing a practice facility and a nine-hole executive course on some adjacent land.