a small, intimate, and often influential group of people.
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Origin of inner circle
First recorded in 1870–75
Words nearby inner circle
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Example sentences from the Web for inner circle
He is, nonetheless, a longtime friend and inner-circle confidant of the Clintons.StopHillary Super PAC Goes After McAuliffe in Virginia Race|Michelle Cottle|September 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They were part of Saddam's inner-circle and lived a "hip" life.
“She was reelected with 80 percent in her district,” said the inner-circle source.