An establishment that stays open late at night and provides food, drink, entertainment, and music for dancing. Also called nightspot.(noun)
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Use "nightclub" in a sentence
"Back then the general store was also a juke joint, what they call a nightclub nowadays."
"Inside, the nightclub is covered in blue light with techno music is pulsating in the background."
"More: Several close associates of the Gray campaign privately worry that the financially troubled nightclub is the wrong image for Gray, who is trying to rally city ministers, community groups and business leaders to his leadership after Tuesday's elections, Sherwood reported."