conspiracy[ kuhn-spir-uh-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF conspiracy
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There had been a conspiracy against him; he was outwitted, robbed, befooled.
A conspiracy between speech and action to cheat the understanding.
But Human Natur' is in a conspiracy again' me; I can't get on.
My dining with him was part of the conspiracy; he was intoxicated previous to his ruin.
It was useless for her intellect to deny this conspiracy, for her heart proclaimed it.
Is it not rather for them a conspiracy to engross its advantages for the favoured few?
Florent meantime remained the leader, the soul of the conspiracy.
There were many who had no faith in any conspiracy of the kind.
We have treated of sacrilege, and of conspiracy, and of treason.
This request was the result of a conspiracy between Barbara and himself.
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