conspiratorial[ kuhn-spir-uh-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF conspiratorial
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She, too, gave me a conspiratorial wink and patted her handbag.
Retrieving my bundle, I joined Amar with conspiratorial caution.
But there was a conspiratorial accent in her question for which he was unprepared.
It had been possible to leave doubt unsettled so long as they were a small, conspiratorial group.
Before the excogitation of this splendid resolve, he had been observed to wear for some period a conspiratorial aspect.
Amati seemed to have realized that something serious was going on, for his voice dropped to a conspiratorial whisper.
Certainly it is true that he aimed to disprove a Christian revelation which he judged fraudulent and conspiratorial.
Mr. Prohack reflected calmly: "My new secretary is an adept of the first conspiratorial order."
Si, si,” he whispered after a conspiratorial glance over his shoulder, “I will do it all; you may trust to me.
Jon swept the shutter over one eye tube in a conspiratorial wink, the large mech did the same as he rolled away.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR CONSPIRATORIAL
- on the QT
- under wraps