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The caballing for dissolution of the Union, why should that be treasonable?
The President was helpless, and mistrustful of his officers, and the officers were caballing against the President.
THE LAST BOER WARH. RIDER HAGGARD
All that interval there was great and numerous caballing among the courtiers.
ANDREW MARVELLAUGUSTINE BIRRELL
Ill-clad at the same time, and ill-shod, they fell to caballing and arranging plans to attack the city of Chios.
HELLENICAXENOPHON
We see in them seditious subjects, incessantly caballing against all sovereigns, who were not sufficiently submissive to them.
CHRISTIANITY UNVEILEDNICOLAS-ANTOINE BOULANGER
He further observed that the consequence would be caballing and electioneering in the choice of Speaker.
Some of the delegates, headed by Samuel Adams, were actually caballing against the great chief himself, the one hope of America.
GOUVERNEUR MORRISTHEODORE ROOSEVELT
They learn drinking and rioting, gambling and licentiousness, caballing and debating.
I do not believe that it is in his nature to be a month in office without caballing against his colleagues.
No husband can or ought to endure the idea of his wife's caballing against him.

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