cabal[ kuh-bal ]SEE DEFINITION OF cabal
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People denounced the Austrian cabal, and the queen as its centre.
The political conspiracy developed into what is known in history as the "Cabal."
By this plan several important ends are answered to the Cabal.
As a foundation of their scheme, the Cabal have established a sort of Rota in the Court.
Nor was this all: in London, there had already formed a cabal in favour of the Atheling.
Had she not seen that he was helpless in the hands of this cabal in his own household?
The cabal, however, prevailed, and that party in Parliament.
Some urged Adams to overthrow the Hamiltonian cabal which opposed him.
From the initials of their names, this was called the king's cabal.
I will say that the gentleman himself is not of that cabal, and that his colleague is not.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CABAL
- coup d'état
- guerrilla activity
- radical change
- underground activity