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Groups of people with shared interests or aims

flash mob

noun

a large group of people who suddenly gather in a public place, do something for a short time, and quickly go away again

ghetto

noun

a group or activity that exists separately from everyone else

flash mobber

noun

flash mobbing

noun

association

noun

a group of people who have joined together because they have similar interests or aims

commission

noun

a group of people that is officially put in charge of something or asked to find out about something

organization

noun

a group of people who have a particular shared purpose or interest, for example a political party or charity

club

noun

an organization for people who have a common interest in a particular activity or subject

panel

noun

a group of people who make decisions or judgments

community

noun

a group of people in a larger society who are the same in some way: can be followed by a singular or plural verb

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