Definition of in-crowd in English:

in-crowd

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noun

(the in-crowd) informal
A small group of people perceived by others to be particularly fashionable, informed, or popular: a new district that has been attracting the in-crowd
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  • Newly opened, the restaurant is already proving to be popular with the in-crowd who recognize good quality food.
  • Nearly a third admitted to having joined a gym to get in with the in-crowd and 31 per cent said they have paid extra for clothes to make sure they had the right label.
  • Braidie is left with the question of what to do as a by-stander, as a member of the in-crowd, when she has to come to terms with the dark realities of what her friends are doing and the dreadful results their actions could yield.

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