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in crowd (uncountable)

  1. A relatively small group of people thought to be fashionable or popular.
    • 1965, Billy Page (lyrics), “The 'In' Crowd”, in Dobie Gray Sings for "In" Crowders That Go "Go-Go", performed by Dobie Gray:
      I'm in with the in crowd / I know every latest dance / When you're in with the in crowd / It's easy to find romance

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