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synonym study for cabal
A cabal is a group of people who are united in some close design, usually to promote their private views or interests in an ideology, a state , or another community, often by intrigue and usually unbeknownst to those who are outside their group. The use of this term usually carries negative connotations of political purpose, conspiracy and secrecy. It can also refer to a secret plot or a clique , or it may be used as a verb to form a cabal or secretly conspire. The term cabal derives from Kabbalah a word that has numerous spelling variations , the Jewish mystical and spiritual interpretation of the Hebrew scripture. In Hebrew , it means "reception" or "acceptance", denoting the sod secret level of Jewish exegesis. It came into English via the French cabale from the medieval Latin cabbala , and was known early in the 17th century through usages linked to Charles II and Oliver Cromwell.
Entry 1 of 2 1 : the contrived schemes of a group of persons secretly united in a plot as to overturn a government also : a group engaged in such schemes 2 : club , group a cabal of artists cabal. The initial letters of the names or titles of those men Clifford, Arlington, Buckingham, Ashley, and Lauderdale spell cabal , and Dickens dubbed them the "Cabal Ministry. But their names are not the source of the word cabal , which was in use decades before Charles II ascended the throne. The term can be traced back through French to cabbala , the Medieval Latin name for the Kabbalah , a traditional system of esoteric Jewish mysticism.