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groupuscule

groupuscule

noun grou·pus·cule \grü-ˈpəs-ˌkyül\

Definition of GROUPUSCULE

:  a small group of political activists

Origin of GROUPUSCULE

French, from groupe group + -uscule (as in corpuscule corpuscle)
First Known Use: 1969

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