Word of the Week: cabal (kə-BĂL) Definition (Noun) A secret or private intrigue of a sinister character formed by a small body of persons. In Context "Lodge was also unable to control Republican President Warren G. Harding, despite rumors that he had led a cabal which conspired to place Harding in the White House as a Senate puppet." Martin Folly and Niall Palmer, The A to Z of U.S. Diplomacy from World War I Through World War II, 2010.
Stephanie Whetstone2020-03-26T12:15:41-04:00Word of the Week: cabal (kə-BĂL)Stephanie Whetstone2020-03-26T12:15:41-04:00