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charmed circle

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcharmed circleˌcharmed ˈcircle noun [singular] written  a group of people who have special power or influence politicians outside the charmed circle
Examples from the Corpus
charmed circleThey were now deeply into their mating dance, oblivious to all that went on beyond the charmed circle of their courtship.She had not realised they could reach out from the charmed circle of themselves.Each clique treated the establishment as its club and took no notice at all of anyone outside the charmed circle.The fear that the whole enterprise was at risk from the blunders of some one outside the charmed circle.
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