c. a faction or group of politicians
⇒ the black Congressional caucus
verb intransitiveWord forms: ˈcaucused or ˈcaucussed, ˈcaucusing or ˈcaucussing
3. to hold, or take part in, a caucus
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Word origin of 'caucus'prob. after Caucus Club, 18th-c. social and political club; ult. < MGr kaukos, drinking cup