conspire


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Synonyms for conspire

Synonyms for conspire

to work out a secret plan to achieve an evil or illegal end

Synonyms for conspire

engage in plotting or enter into a conspiracy, swear together

act in unison or agreement and in secret towards a deceitful or illegal purpose

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They came in, and "this regiment" withdrew to conspire under the leadership of Dan Grady.
But I tell you, at the very outset, it won't be such an easy matter for you to conspire.
appetency whereof a multitude of gustible condiments conspire, being
Then a society girl he was about to marry died suddenly and thereupon he abandoned the world of fashion, and began to conspire in a spirit of repentance, and, after that, his native autocracy took good care that the usual things should happen to him.
And it's this gentleman's servant, I suppose,' interrupted the old lady, 'who has been skulking about my house, and endeavouring to entrap my servants to conspire against their mistress.
However, we will suppose that they are an extraordinarily astute couple, who deceive everyone upon this point, and conspire to murder the husband.
Then again, if a woman and her lover conspire to murder a husband, are they going to advertise their guilt by ostentatiously removing his wedding ring after his death?
Because, as they say in the opera of `Thisbe,' `The whole world conspires to break our bonds.
Conspire said that it is opening up access to its network to anyone with an email account that supports the common IMAP protocol.