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conspired

verb as in agree, concur

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After one participant discussed the shooting with police, his fellow gang members allegedly conspired to kill him, too.

Police sources confirm that the Millers conspired to infiltrate an unidentified court building and execute public officials.

And it happened because a couple conspired to make it happen.

Had he any remorse, he would have implicated those who conspired with him to commit the greatest Ponzi scheme in history.

The regime claims Hamas conspired with Mohammed Morsi, the ousted president.

He conspired against Richelieu, to whom he was indebted for much of his good fortune, and to whose resentment he fell a victim.

They were all declared guilty of having conspired against the Republic, and were condemned to death.

They are accused of having conspired against their country, but I know that they were firm friends of the Republic.

The fields had much the appearance of a well kept park, and everything conspired to make the day a pleasant recollection.

Also, nature had conspired against Henry by handing him with a pair of hopelessly myopic eyes.

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On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conspired, such as: collude, connive, cooperate, maneuver, wire, and cabal.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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