conspiring[ kuhn-spahyuhr ]SEE DEFINITION OF conspiring
Synonyms for conspiring
- be in cahoots
- cook up
- get in bed with
- put out a contract
- work something out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSPIRING
She was ready to charge the immortals with conspiring against her, had not her piety forbad it.
You say that conspiring with the senate I have excommunicated you.
We are not conspiring, said Charmides, we have conspired already.
All the world seemed to be conspiring to hold him back from what he had to do.
By now, no doubt, he is in Germany with him, conspiring against France.
They do not hesitate to do this secretly, conspiring against the very life of the worker.
Conspiring to undermine the authority of the Terran Trading Commission.
But what was the party in fact then conspiring against Richelieu?
She ventured to call him 'traitor' and to accuse him of conspiring with the Prince of Orange.
Yes, each one conspiring all alone by himself against the other.