Definition of clubbability in English:

clubbability

Pronunciation /ˌkləbəˈbilətē/

noun

See clubbable

‘Nor should cooperation be confused with clubbability.’
  • ‘The rugby union World Cup in Australia was a festival of clubbability.’
  • ‘But he was hopping mad about this breach of senatorial clubbability and rang the old boy to complain.’
  • ‘He also was a vigorous member of many school organizations, and this youthful clubbability probably helped make up for his lack of scholastic prowess.’
  • ‘The things which marked him out were his engaging personality, his clubbability, his sharp intellect, and his critical acumen.’