inner circle

  1. an exclusive circle of people with a common purpose
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How To Use inner circle In A Sentence

  • He is not one of the inner circle, and does not know where his orders came from.
  • But in Johnson's inner circle of advisers, there were fewer defections.
  • Years before, the Inner Circle had chosen to reject the term superman in favor of Superior (always capitalized). The Unpublished Writer and His Love Interest (The Painter)
  • Dr Simpson was a member of the inner circle of government officials.
  • Johnson was part of the president's inner circle .
  • Dr Simpson was a member of the inner circle of government officials.
  • During the early meetings, the president's inner circle outlined an elaborate effort to "defang" the opposition. Barack Obama, Campaign Manager: How The 2008 Playbook Passed Health Care
  • The two inner circles are just as closely intertwined. Times, Sunday Times
  • The inner circle represents activities that are accepted as sport in all countries and fulfil all of Rodgers' criteria.
  • Additions to the staff may yet broaden Obama's inner circle or speak for constituencies that feel alienated from the White House. Obama signals continuity, for now, with staff changes
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