What is another word for inner circle?

72 synonyms found


[ ˈɪnə sˈɜːkə͡l], [ ˈɪnə sˈɜːkə‍l], [ ˈɪ_n_ə s_ˈɜː_k_əl]

The phrase "inner circle" denotes a group of people who share a close and exclusive relationship. Some synonyms for this term include clique, coterie, circle of trust, in-group, elite group, or the chosen few. Such a group typically consists of individuals sharing common interests, goals, or attitudes, and it often involves a degree of secrecy or insularity. In organizational settings, the inner circle may refer to high-level executives, managers, or key decision-makers, who have access to privileged information and wield significant power and influence over the organization's operations. Synonyms for the inner circle can be useful when aiming to convey the concept of a tight-knit group with varying levels of access and power.

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How to use "Inner circle" in context?

If you're anything like me, you have a ton of friends and family who you think are amazing. But then, there are also a select few that you would call your "inner circle." They're the ones who you can always count on, the ones who know you better than you know yourself. These are the people who have been there for you through good and bad times, the ones you would do anything for. And, as corny as it might sound, the truth is that these are the ones who make life worth living. So, what makes a member of your inner circle special?

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