Quick-witted, sharp-tongued, and flirtatious, Anne drew a coterie of men to her, and each would lose his head for her.
While Aspinall provided the wealthy clientele, the mobsters provided a coterie of highly skilled cardsharps.
And President Bashar al-Assad, no doubt, sees that his coterie of regional despots is thinning out.
For without the black church, there is no Dr. King, and without Dr. King and his coterie, there would be no president named Obama.
Barbra Streisand and Denzel Washington, along with a coterie of A-listers, have sent their toddlers there.
The il de buf, that Paris spy or coterie of spies, did not exist for the monarch at Valence.
One evening this coterie gathered at the home of Jasper Staggs.
Poussin remained French in spite of Italian training, and held aloof from the coterie of Court painters.
The event established Mary as the arbiter in her own coterie.
And here is yet another point of the likeness to the Johnsonian coterie.