Antonyms for intrigues

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The very ground underneath us was honeycombed with intrigues and conspiracies.

He was never a good partizan, although all his life engaged in intrigues.

He did so, since he was left no choice in the matter, but the intrigues continued.

The public are misled as to the true issues by the intrigues of political parties.

I mean to keep the Arabs out of it, with their lies and their intrigues.

His manners were conciliatory and paved the way for his intrigues.

A hundred dramas could be written upon the intrigues of Grichka and Azef.

The French will be busy with their intrigues, and the queen will not be pleased to lose you.

The vice of the previous conspiracies had been the intrigues with France.

In 1474 he lost 20,000 gold florins through the intrigues of an enemy.