in-group

or in·group

[ in-groop ]
/ ˈɪnˌgrup /
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noun Sociology.

a group of people sharing similar interests and attitudes, producing feelings of solidarity, community, and exclusivity.Compare out-group.

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Origin of in-group

First recorded in 1905–10; in-1 + group
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British Dictionary definitions for in-group

in-group

noun

sociol a highly cohesive and relatively closed social group characterized by the preferential treatment reserved for its members and the strength of loyalty between themCompare out-group
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