Definition of 'inner circle'
Example sentences containing 'inner circle'
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Look for signs of how her inner circle is feeling. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Before yesterday all of his confirmed selections had been white men, most of them drawn from his inner circle of campaign loyalists. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It doesn't mean you can't win unless you are in some sort of inner circle. The Sun (2016)But only the people in the inner circle really know what is going on. The Sun (2014)At the heart is the inner circle. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He has been judged by his father and the ruling inner circle to be the acceptable face of the regime. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The Brown inner circle was convinced that a firmer grip was needed at the centre. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Before long, both men thought of me as part of their inner circle and as an executive to be watched. Going For It!: How to Succeed As an Entrepreneur (1986)So did his inner circle. The Sun (2013)A Scottish doctor joins the inner circle of the president unaware of the horrific campaign of violence being committed. The Sun (2011)Sources say they will argue that five of the star's inner circle contributed to his death by either supplying drugs or allowing his addiction to worsen. The Sun (2010)You have to stay grounded, surround yourself with people you trust, and as you get older that inner circle becomes smaller. The Sun (2012)There's only a few trusted people in her inner circle as she's been burned by those around her she thought were loyal. The Sun (2016)
Translations for 'inner circle'
British English: inner circle NOUN
An inner circle is a small group of people within a larger group who have a lot of power, influence, or special information.
…the prime minister's inner circle of advisers.
Definition of inner circle from the Collins English Dictionary
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