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1. group

noun. ['ˈgruːp'] any number of entities (members) considered as a unit.

Synonyms

  • halogen
  • scheme
  • citizenry
  • edition
  • human race
  • mass
  • social group
  • multitude
  • human beings
  • community
  • collection
  • arrangement
  • lanthanide
  • actinide
  • circuit
  • subgroup
  • kingdom
  • sainthood
  • varna
  • world
  • biotic community
  • actinon
  • ethnos
  • abstract entity
  • humanity
  • biological group
  • straggle
  • population
  • rare earth
  • humankind
  • man
  • people
  • accumulation
  • masses
  • system
  • association
  • lanthanoid
  • series
  • race
  • cloud
  • the great unwashed
  • mankind
  • grouping
  • ethnic group
  • rare-earth element
  • lanthanon
  • abstraction
  • electron shell
  • humans
  • assemblage
  • swarm
  • actinoid
  • hoi polloi

Antonyms

  • flora
  • defense
  • prosecution
  • truth

Etymology

  • groupe (French)
  • gruppo (Italian)

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Rhymes with Elite Group

  • intergroup
  • guadeloupe
  • guadalupe
  • regroup
  • stroupe
  • stroup
  • stroope
  • stroop
  • recoup
  • alleyoop
  • whoop
  • troupe
  • troup
  • troop
  • throop
  • swoope
  • swoop
  • stoup
  • stoop
  • snoop
  • sloop
  • scoop
  • hupe
  • grupe
  • groupe
  • drupe
  • droop
  • croup
  • soup
  • shupe

2. elite

noun. ['ɪˈliːt, eɪˈliːt'] a group or class of persons enjoying superior intellectual or social or economic status.

Synonyms

  • elite group
  • smart set
  • high society
  • chosen
  • pick
  • intelligentsia
  • aristocracy
  • technocrat
  • bon ton
  • cream
  • society
  • elect
  • upper class
  • few
  • clerisy
  • nobility
  • beau monde

Antonyms

  • outgoing
  • all
  • no
  • many

Etymology

  • elit (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

3. group

verb. ['ˈgruːp'] arrange into a group or groups.

Synonyms

  • classify
  • regroup
  • sort out
  • chunk
  • bracket
  • class
  • collocate
  • assort
  • batch
  • sort
  • separate

Antonyms

  • human
  • nonhuman
  • inhumaneness
  • gather

Etymology

  • groupe (French)
  • gruppo (Italian)

4. group

noun. ['ˈgruːp'] (chemistry) two or more atoms bound together as a single unit and forming part of a molecule.

Synonyms

  • arsenic group
  • nitrite
  • molecule
  • cyanide group
  • vinyl
  • benzyl group
  • ketone group
  • methylene group
  • aldehyde radical
  • aldehyde group
  • allyl radical
  • propyl group
  • glyceryl
  • uranyl
  • carbonyl group
  • radical
  • cyanide radical
  • vinyl group
  • methylene radical
  • benzyl radical
  • azido radical
  • hydrazo radical
  • azo radical
  • butyl
  • cacodyl radical
  • uranyl group
  • hydroxyl radical
  • allyl group
  • methylene
  • acyl
  • alkyl radical
  • uranyl radical
  • benzyl
  • vinyl radical
  • acyl group
  • alcohol group
  • hydrazo group
  • alkyl group
  • building block
  • azido group
  • benzoyl group
  • propyl radical
  • cyano group
  • alcohol radical
  • chromophore
  • azo group
  • allyl
  • carboxyl group
  • amino group
  • amino
  • benzoyl radical
  • carboxyl
  • hydroxyl
  • chemical group
  • unit
  • cacodyl group
  • nitro group
  • cacodyl
  • propyl
  • hydroxyl group
  • amyl
  • cyano radical

Antonyms

  • open circuit
  • closed circuit
  • stay in place
  • artifact

Etymology

  • groupe (French)
  • gruppo (Italian)

5. group

verb. ['ˈgruːp'] form a group or group together.

Synonyms

  • gang
  • pool
  • brigade
  • embed
  • gang up
  • team up
  • gather
  • aggroup
  • foregather
  • meet
  • team
  • assemble

Antonyms

  • juvenile
  • woman
  • draftee
  • volunteer

Etymology

  • groupe (French)
  • gruppo (Italian)

6. elite

adjective. ['ɪˈliːt, eɪˈliːt'] selected as the best.

Synonyms

  • selected

Antonyms

  • spread
  • praise

Etymology

  • elit (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

7. group

noun. ['ˈgruːp'] a set that is closed, associative, has an identity element and every element has an inverse.

Synonyms

  • mathematical group
  • subgroup
  • commutative group
  • Abelian group

Antonyms

  • antitype
  • clergy
  • distributive
  • alignment

Etymology

  • groupe (French)
  • gruppo (Italian)

Sentences with elite-group


1. Noun Phrase
If you're interested in joining this elite group of military leaders, start out at the rank of second lieutenant and work your way up.

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