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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcabalca‧bal /kəˈbæl/ noun [countable] formal  GROUP OF PEOPLEa small group of people who make secret plans, especially in order to have political power
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cabalLeaders gather in closed-door cabals and carry on regardless of what their citizens think.The Tyrrell Society and all that pining after defunct Oxford cabals - it's irrelevant, Harry, don't you see?People who imagine that some small cabal of powerful investors move the market often talk about the gnomes of Zurich.
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