unclubbable

unclubbable

or

unclubable

adj
1. (Sociology) (of a person) not fit to be a member of a social club; socially inept; unrefined
2. (Sociology) (of a behaviour or characteristic) not fitting for a member of a social club
Translations

unclubbable

adjohne Gruppenzugehörigkeitsgefühl
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Though obviously unclubbable, he is funny and smart, quick to grasp the situation and to offer assistance when the murdered man is discovered.
8) According to these accounts, Orwell was initially committed to the role of the colonial policeman, living the part of a pukka sahib, a British colonizer, "although remaining bookish and unclubbable.
Dour, unclubbable, a writer of porn, a tabloid journalist and editor, Campbell suffered a severe breakdown from overwork in the 1980s.
But in this world, the combination of Burnham's ferocious intellectual independence and unclubbable heterodoxy long ago consigned him to the unglamorous limbo that established opinion reserves for those who challenge its pieties too forcefully.