Definition of "caucus"
  1. A private gathering of individuals from the same political group, typically held to choose candidates or determine policies
How to use "caucus" in a sentence
  1. The members of the party decided to hold a caucus to finalize their stance on the issue.
  2. To decide on a candidate for the coming election, a caucus was held.
  3. The policy for the party was decided during a caucus.

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