A small, usually secret group united for a common interest.(noun)
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Use "junto" in a sentence
"He was partial to a matchup zone he called junto, Spanish for “togetherness,” a term he picked up while teaching summer clinics in Puerto Rico."
"he called junto: Phil Grose, “Clemson Destroys N.C. State, 67–46,” Charlotte Observer, March 2, 1962."
"De Foe represented the Whiggism, not of the great 'junto' or aristocratic ring, but of the dissenters and tradesmen whose prejudices the junto had to turn to account."