secret society

NOUN
  1. a society that conceals its activities from nonmembers
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  • Reminds me of a friend who was asked “What do they mean?” when she put those frangipani stickers on her car a few years back, as if it was some indication of a secret society. Cheeseburger Gothic » Open for business. The new renovated Ladies Lounge.
  • Toward the end of the nineteenth century the Boxers, a secret society, emerged in Shantung and blamed China's problems on foreigners, especially the missionaries who had ventured out of the treaty ports and into the Chinese interior.
  • Their federacy almost amounts to a solid secret society; not so much against men, for men must provide the sinews of war and other comforts, but for their own satisfaction. Roving East and Roving West
  • Individuals from disparate worlds find themselves in a secret society, in The Dante, or at the loft party where the codeword is La Sagesse. Missing Persons : Ange Mlinko : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation
  • Mafia (also known as Cosa Nostra secret society which is believed to have first developed in the mid-19th century in East Coast of the United States and in Australia The Blog known as Skype-watch.com, Skype-gadgets.com.
  • This weekend a tight-lipped group of power brokers elected two new members into Kappa Beta Phi, Wall Street's secret society founded in 1929, Bloomberg reported.... Wall Street's Secret Society Elects New Members
  • This weekend a tight-lipped group of power brokers elected two new members into Kappa Beta Phi, Wall Street s secret society founded in 1929, Bloomberg reported.... Wall Street's Secret Society Elects New Members
  • For this has been the year of my initiation into what I'm discovering only now is an elite club, a secret society, an unofficial confederacy the existence of which I was up till now blithely unaware.
  • I have to think your day would suck if you stole (sorry, "reworked") ostensibly factual stuff only to find out the supposedly millennium-old secret society at the very heart of your rejiggered story was, as Miller says, "the invention, in the 1950s, of a man ... who had a history of fraud, embezzlement and membership in ultra-conservative, quasi-mystical and virulently anti-Semitic Catholic groups. Davis Sweet: What, Me Da Vinci?
  • But by far, the scene of the town-folk secret society lynch mob coming together was a twist I did not expect and greatly look fwd to seeing where it will go! 'The Vampire Diaries' recap: Shhh. Be very, very quiet. We're hunting Salvatores! | EW.com
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