conspirator[ kuhn-spir-uh-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF conspirator
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSPIRATOR
Murmur is regarded as mutiny, and he who complains is shot as a conspirator.
They were quite alone in as lonely a spot as any conspirator could desire.
An English conspirator is the most harmless of all creatures.
This might have been the language of an able conspirator conciliating a weak spirit.
I felt like a conspirator stealing out of the house this morning.
Suppose we start with the theory that this is what your conspirator chaps have in mind.
The Jesuit seemed to the English not merely a conspirator but a sort of anarchist.
You had one more purpose; the death of two men, the czar and the conspirator.
Though the conspirator did not yet believe that his plan had failed, the old man did.
Guy Fawkes: a conspirator who tried to blow up the King and Parliament in 1605.