Definition of Grouplet

1. Noun. A small group. ¹



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Definition of Grouplet

1. a small group [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Grouplet

groupalities
groupality
groupe
grouped
grouper
groupers
groupetto
groupie
groupies
groupification
groupifications
grouping
groupings
groupist
groupists
grouplet (current term)
grouplets
grouplike
groupmind
groupminds
groupoid
groupoidal
groupoids
groups
groupset
groupsets
groupspeak
groupthink
groupthinks
groupuscular

Literary usage of Grouplet

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1. Folio (1884)
"First we see a loving grouplet Sitting round the teething child ; Then a case ... Now we see another grouplet Gathered in a prison cell ; , And another case ..."

2. Polynesian Reminiscences: Or, Life in the South Pacific Islands by William Thomas Pritchard (1866)
"Starting from Atafu fur Fakaofo (one of the same grouplet, distant about eighty miles), they missed their destination, and, after drifting about fcr some ..."

3. Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature (1907)
"... grouplet to Italy. Malta is also regarded as European. Among the central islands of the great archipelago between the Balkan peninsula and Asia Minor it ..."

4. Labor and the Common Welfare by Samuel Gompers (1919)
"This phrase passes current, at full face value, in every camp and even in every grouplet of "intellectuals." In going the whole round of the "isms," ..."

5. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"... grouplet to Italy. Malta is also re garded as European. Among the central islands of the great archipelago between the Balkan peninsula and Asia Minor ..."

6. Life of Richard Wagner by Carl Friedrich Glasenapp, William Ashton Ellis (1904)
"... is fatally altered by one imperfection, and in this guise the grouplet is scarcely apprehensible as a plastic entity ; 'tis a stem without a flower. ..."

7. The Evolution of Literature by Alastair St. Clair Mackenzie (1911)
"The inclusive form seems to be the collective ' we' of the group personality, while the exclusive form is selective, referring to a grouplet within the ..."

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