Definition of "cabals" [cabals]

  • 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 (noun)
  • To form a cabal; conspire; plot (verb)
  • Plural form of cabal. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cabal. (verb)

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Use "cabals" in a sentence
  • "Pigou asked whether she had any factual proof about so-called cabals activities designed to discredit her, and what cause the internal liberation movement would have for doing so."
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  • "Still, time was on the side of the Radicals, and from day to day they held what they called 'cabals' of the group formed by"
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