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one who assists a lawbreaker in a wrongful or criminal act

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They leaned across (the table), conspiratorially, and said, "Alan, we're thinking of going into film, and today we are going to discover you.
Little Skyla had a drastic solution: "If he troubles you, just bite him," she whispered conspiratorially.
When I called Carey, who runs Kiltwalk, for advice and tales from the previous trip to China, he laughed conspiratorially, "You'll be fine.
He looked away and I thought I must have offended him, but he turned back, dropped his shoulder almost conspiratorially, "But there are places, I am told, where men can go to be married for an hour.
People have accidents every day and sometimes they don't come back," he whispers conspiratorially.
In exchange for a few American dollars he told me conspiratorially that right after the blasphemous event, word went out from the Imams that anyone who spoke about it would suffer the full brunt of sharia law.
And, suddenly, Amber, the EMT who helped pull them from the mangled Prius, is with Jenna and Casey every second of the day, always whispering conspiratorially into Casey's ear.
So blatantly conspiratorially skewed to their interests was this law that it sparked a groundswell of public outrage in the interior of the province.
I've never been to the ladies' room here,'' he says, conspiratorially.
Embedding malicious code or 'back doors' into microchips is a growing trend in espionage," says Thompson, "The rogue chip conspiratorially communicates critical intelligence back to its criminal host.
Couple that with a constitutional declaration that has moved (inexplicably, or conspiratorially, depending on your view) their Sharia amendments (Article 2 and 192) to the first article, and many started openly wondering about the extent of the deal the military made to bring Al-Nour to the table.
In reality, however, there was another purpose, one that was spoken of only in conspiratorially low tones.
With warm and steady eye contact, the Queen and the Deputy First Minister smiled broadly, almost conspiratorially, as they got the show on the road, knowing of course that what they were providing was pure media gold.
Well, admits Mr Brocklebank, it nearly abounded: as he stood around outside the conference hall, he bumped into one local MP who, on being asked if they were having a good time, responded conspiratorially that it was "the most boring conference I've ever been to".
We giggled conspiratorially, realizing that we had momentarily forgotten him.