cabal cabal  /kə ˈbɑl/


  1. (n) a clique (often secret) that seeks power usually through intrigue
  2. (n) a plot to carry out some harmful or illegal act (especially a political plot)
  3. (v) engage in plotting or enter into a conspiracy, swear together


  1. Chanel had long since refused to join the cabal designers who tried to prevent style piracy.
  2. Republican leaders and their apologists tend to go into a frenzy of denial when members of the liberal media cabal bring up these inconvenient facts.
  3. The cabal even had a man touring Europe to study the Fascists' success with certain veterans' groups.


  • Primal Scream’s More Light is the Feel-Good Album of the Summer

    With new albums from the likes of David Bowie, Daft Punk, Kanye West and Nine Inch Nails, 2013 might be called the year of the musical comeback. For whatever reason — luck? happenstance? a carefully-constructed plot of a previously-unknown cabal of musicians who schedule new releases? — several well-loved bands have released, or will be releasing, new material for the first time in years (and ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Time Magazine


  1. "I am quite stunned at what I think is a super thin-skinned response (by Foxman)," Fields said. "If a Jewish person is in a cabal, I don't think it implies that all Jews are conspiring against her. And to say that is silly."
    on Dec 19, 2006 By: Bert Fields Source: USA Today

  2. "We do know the names of the individuals who are surrounding Mugabe at the moment, we know the names of the criminal cabal that is trying to keep him in power, and we will name those individuals and these will be part of the next stage of the...
    on Jun 25, 2008 By: Gordon Brown Source: FOXNews

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