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a close-knit group of people with common interests who participate in various professional and recreational activities together.
Chiefly British. journalists or photographers as a group in relentless pursuit of celebrities.
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How to use rat pack in a sentence
A cabin filled with the Rat Pack and the ladies who loved them.
Not that the Rat Pack party days were completely behind him.
Rather than a Hollywood Rat Pack, we might think of them as the Habsburg Wrath Pack.The Kaffeehaus Canon|George Prochnik|December 31, 2010|DAILY BEAST
In keeping with the Rat Pack tradition, we had our meeting in the steam room."Dave's Whipping Boy"|Paul Shaffer|October 2, 2009|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for rat pack
/ (ˈrætˌpæk) /
derogatory, slang those members of the press who give wide, often intrusive, coverage of the private lives of celebritiesthe royal ratpack
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