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Glossary of Lesson 04: Groups of People

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alumni
graduates or former students of a particular school, college, or university
auxiliary
a person or group offereing or providing help to a larger group
cabal
a secret group conspiring an overthrow
choral
relating to a singing group
clergy
a group that performs pastoral or sacred functions for a religious organization
clique
a narrow and exclusive group
commune
a group of people with common interests who live together
confederation
a group united by a common purpose; a league or association
conformity
an action in accordance with a specified custom or authority; agreement
exodus
a mass departure or migration
furor
public outburst, commotion or uproar
heterogeneous
mixed or diverse
hubbub
an uproar, noise or fuss
integrate
to bring together people of different races or religions; to end segregation
jeer
to mock or taunt
populous
full of people; crowded
segregate
to isolate or set apart a particular group of people
troupe
a company, especially of theatrical performers
tumult
disorderly agitation of a crowd
unruly
disobedient or unmanageable

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