Definition of "cabal" [ca•bal]
- (noun) A conspiratorial group of plotters or intriguers: "Espionage is quite precisely it—a cabal of powerful men, working secretly” ( Frank Conroy).
- (noun) A secret scheme or plot.
- (verb-intransitive) To form a cabal; conspire.
- (noun) a small group of intriguers, esp one formed for political purposes
- (noun) a secret plot, esp a political one; conspiracy; intrigue
- (noun) a secret or exclusive set of people; clique
- (verb) to form a cabal; conspire; plot
Use "cabal" in a sentence
- "The number of Republicans who support this man and his cabal is astonishing, but nothing will change the minds of that percentage."
- "And some brilliantly colourful facts too - like where the word 'cabal' comes from, what the war of Jenkins' ear was and who the first 'commoner queen' was."
- "Dr. Ian Swayze who was and still is working at CAMH (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health) in Toronto had in interesting patient; paranoid schizophrenic Scott Jeffrey Schultzman aka "Professor Scott Starson" who always protested being medicated as he claimed that medication was slowing his thought process and "consilium", that is what you call cabal of three doctors, decided to use these protests in order to throw a monkey wrench into Canadian legal system and do it quick enough so the issue of informed consent could be done away with by the time they face their own trial."