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An organized group of fans of a famous person.
- ‘Also I think people are starting a fan club about me and was trying to take pictures of me while I was changing for PE.’
- ‘McCarthy has now marked out one side of the stage as his own, and his personal fan club congregate there.’
- ‘He acted well, and clearly had a large fan club present.’
- ‘The concerts all but sell out through applications from the official fan club before the public even gets a look in.’
- ‘Fans may also feel cheated as these mixes once exclusive to the fan club now become public property.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.