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charmed circle

noun
1.
an exclusive or privileged group:
the charmed circle of concert violinists.
Origin of charmed circle
1895-1900
First recorded in 1895-1900
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  • Honestly, you're the only one within the charmed circle up to now.

    Mixed Faces Roy Norton
  • If they essayed an entrance into the charmed circle, they failed.

  • Was it because this very day a new vision had entered into the charmed circle of her life?

    Dulcibel Henry Peterson
  • The Kabbala lured into her charmed circle the strongest Jewish minds.

  • "I will venture into the charmed circle if it kills me," I said to my father.

    A Mortal Antipathy Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
  • I'll take you up, and introduce you into the charmed circle.

    A Spoil of Office Hamlin Garland
  • We felt the honor of it—they had admitted us to their charmed circle.

    Dwellers in Arcady

    Albert Bigelow Paine
  • Come with me while I tie your horse, and then let's go to your charmed circle and talk.

    Sunlight Patch

    Credo Fitch Harris
  • As in a charmed circle of palpitating song, he succumbed to languor.

  • And I have done you harm, blundering into your charmed circle of heart-freedom!

    A Mock Idyl

    Percy Ross

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