Hi teachers,


Safeguarding the status quo, protecting traditional instituations, can be healthy and useful, stabilizing and reassuring. But sometimes, beneath the pleasant murmur and tinkle of cocktails, the old guard cannot hear the sound of ice cracking. The in crowd of any age can be deceived by self-confidence.

Can you please tell me which of the following explanations is a fit? Thanks

1. Holding office; having power: the in party.

2. Relating to, understandable to, or coming from an exclusive group:an in reference.

Thank you.

In-crowd refers to an exclusive group.
Hi Mister Micawber,

Thank you very much.