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(noun) an intimate and often exclusive group of persons with a unifying common interest or purpose

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coterie



These works "cannot reach more than the limited coterie of aesthetes".

Quoting Anthony Blunt

—p.13 The Cleric of Treason (13) by George Steiner
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the small, vibrant coterie of Apostles to which he belonged at Cambridge

on Bertrand Russell

—p.254 Ancient Glittering Eyes (249) by George Steiner
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But their relationship took a different turn as she became part of the coterie.

—p.37 Part I: 1900-1920 (13) by Stuart Jeffries
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he's seamlessly assembled a coterie of corporate bosses into his transition team

—p.15 The Trump Way (15) by Jacobin
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Sonora Review DFW Tribute
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the small coterie of devoted David Foster Wallace obsessives from that period

—p.28 Heading Westward (28) by Marshall Boswell
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It takes the meaning-of-life question out of the hands of a coterie of adepts or cognoscenti and returns it to the routine business of everyday existence.

—p.95 Is life what you make it? (78) by Terry Eagleton
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The Bolshevik revolution was made not by a secret coterie of conspirators but by individuals openly elected in the popular, representative institutions known as soviets.

—p.186 Chapter Eight (179) by Terry Eagleton
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