a small, exclusive group of people; coterie; set.
(USED WITHOUT OBJECT) [CLIQUED, CLI·QUING.]
Informal. to form, or associate in, a clique.
In the social sciences, a clique (CanE, UK /ˈkliːk/ or US /ˈklɪk/) is a group of
people who interact with each other more regularly and intensely than others in ...
Define clique: a small group of people who spend time together and who are not
friendly to other people—usage, synonyms, more.
Acceptance by a group is important to all humans, but the harmful power of cliques
can be enhanced or diminished by the influence of adults and peers in the social environment.
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A clique is a group of kids who hang out together. It's kind of like a club. The
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It is sad how there are so many different "cliques" that hate each other...almostlike
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A small exclusive group of friends or associates. intr.v. cliqued, cliqu·ing, cliques
Informal. To form, associate in, or act as a clique.
Borrowing from French clique, ultimately of imitative origin. Influenced by "claque"
, though this may have happened in French rather than in English.
Jul 25, 2013 ... According to a new CareerBuilder survey, cliques are not just a "high school
thing." About 43% of employees say their office is populated by ...