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The end of Supernatural, however, was arguably much bigger than the resolution of its plot.

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You also meet a curious, humorous robot — a mini Guardian who arrives early and becomes essential to the plot.

Everybody is nipped, tucked and artificially bronzed — and a crucial you-see-it-coming-and-can’t-wait plot point involves POTUS’s malfunctioning tanning bed.

Stay for the emotional beauty of their intimacy, plus a mystery plot that does not slow down.

“Deacon King Kong,” by James McBrideIn a housing project in 1960s Brooklyn, an elderly man shoots a drug dealer and sets a zany, fast-paced plot in motion.

And he was indicted in Israel last week on charges he plotted to blow up sites holy to Islam.

The show is as precisely plotted as a soap opera and beautifully lit; entirely, fatally addictive.

Then Cruz rounded up some of the far-right members of the House GOP caucus and plotted a revolt.

For Lyndon Johnson, it was the stealth escalation in Vietnam he plotted even as he ran as a peace candidate in 1964.

CA Gubernatorial Hopeful: My Opponent Plotted to Bring Sharia to U.S.

The deposed ruler plotted and planned all kinds of schemes whereby he might be restored to his old position of authority.

When he left the Bastille, he plotted with his willing mistress his revenge upon her father.

They helped themselves to a modest slice of Llanyglo earth, plotted it out with stakes and string, and then began to dig.

Then they grew so angry that they plotted to throw him overboard and take command of the vessels themselves.

Certainly he plotted against him, sending his son Nerli to Lucca with orders to trap Castruccio and imprison him; which was done.

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On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to plotted, such as: definite, destined, familiar, fated, fixed, and in the cards.

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