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Example sentences for coterie
There is always a fun-loving coterie of practical jokers in every club.
Speak to the significance of your ideas beyond your coterie.
His reliance on a coterie of compatriots provoked particular irritation.
One family lived in each house, often with a coterie of servants and rickshaw pullers.
But some new urbanists and a small coterie of architects formed a budding movement to think smaller.
The pooled brainpower of this coterie produced a formidable engine of war.
There are a coterie of frameworks designed specifically to address this problem.
The decision shocked a devoted coterie of investors who were convinced the remedy was a sure thing.
Both parties' primary systems give far too much weight to a small coterie of true believers.
She had a coterie of devoted friends who rivaled one another in looking after her.
Summer's coterie of loyal subjects held a fund-raising party.
Living in a coterie, he seems to have read the laudations and not to have noticed aught else-Times.
Though supported by a loyal coterie, poetry has lost the confidence that it speaks to and for the general culture.
She had her little coterie of friends who attended the trial and reported all the courtroom gossip to her.
And the shenanigans of his eccentric coterie are still fun, if a bit familiar and a jot more bland.
The more secretive or unjust an organization is, the more leaks induce fear and paranoia in its leadership and planning coterie.
Females stay within their coterie for life, but males disperse once they reach breeding age around two years old.
For some of them, the easiest route was to applaud every show they wrote about, or to only cover their small coterie of friends.
And they are rarely caught, except by a tiny coterie of anglers who actively pursue them.
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