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Sentence count:23Posted:2017-02-19Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: campcliqueingroupinner circlepackSimilar words: esotericeerieseriesgroceriesmenagerieexperiencea series ofvoterMeaning: ['kəʊtərɪ]  n. an exclusive circle of people with a common purpose. 
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(1) His loyal coterie of fans crowded the stage.
(2) The coterie of would-be revolutionaries commanded no widespread support.
(3) Yet what our little coterie suffered was, I believe, disproportionate to our vices.
(4) Directly below the king was a coterie of intellectuals possessing mind of the highest order.
(5) That coterie would also act, as they did for the 1991 event, very much as a think tank.
(6) Coterie Liu Xinping tells a reporter.
(7) We three formed a little literary coterie.
(8) Sunge entrusted a special coterie with disposing his property.
(9) The name is known to only a small coterie of collectors.
(10) Hong Kong's chief executive is chosen by a coterie of business leaders heavily influenced by Beijing.
(11) There's a coterie of news hounds calling themselves as citizen journalists behind Wikinews.
(12) It is in light of insurance coterie, it is really a little.
(13) The creations of a small coterie of malicious hackers who invent toxic software for the sheer deviltry of it.
(14) Mary and her coterie gave a party to which we were not invited.
(15) The songs he recorded were written by a small coterie of dedicated writers.
(16) My guess would be that they are the same advisers or perhaps from the same coterie of advisers.
(17) She tried to picture how the woman had fitted into the Durance coterie.
(18) Normally it comes from what she likes to call her coterie of friends and advisers.
(19) It is difficult to decide whether Sun and Peng can be pigeonholed as belonging to a particular school, trend or coterie.
(20) Helen won't bowl with us; she has her own coterie of bowling friends.
(21) Given that he—an ethnic Sindhi, like most of his coterie of advisers—is especially unpopular in Punjab[], this was always likely to cause unrest.
(22) The verses were copied out , handed about , sneered at, admired, passed from coterie to coterie.
(23) The fear of an encroaching cataclysm soon penetrated the coterie of high-living, fun-loving friends, and political discussion was slowly replacing the card games and bouts of merry-making.
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