(verb)Simplepasttense and pastparticiple of cabal.
(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 "caballed" in a sentence
"For the life of me I'm not sure whether he believed it or not, but it was nothing to me, and while they all caballed for the next few days I indulged Elspeth by squiring her round the Indian encampments."
"There have always been among the refuse of our literature, some of those wretches who have sold their pens and caballed against their very benefactors."
"Because they have performed cures instead of miracles — have been useful and not caballed — cured poor women without either directing or seducing them."