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one who assists a lawbreaker in a wrongful or criminal act

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Mulcahy knew that the mutiny, for the present at least, was dead; knew, too, that a change had come over Dan's usually respectful attitude towards him, and Horse Egan's laughter and frequent allusions to abortive conspiracies emphasised all that the conspirator had guessed.
This might have been the language of an able conspirator conciliating a weak spirit.
He will be presented to you to-day, and confidentially will congratulate you on the danger which that conspirator has made you run.
Under the bed went the basket, and into the beds went the conspirators, and nothing could have been more decorous than the appearance of the room when Betsey popped her head in.
He flashed them from the faces of the conspirators to the typewriter which little Mrs.
The conspirators below agreed that they would spare the dear lady's feelings until she appeared in her drawing-room: meanwhile it was announced to her that Mrs.
It was not until the old lady was fairly ensconced in her usual arm- chair in the drawing-room, and the preliminary embraces and inquiries had taken place between the ladies, that the conspirators thought it advisable to submit her to the operation.
2) It is at least probable that the man looking like an Indian, whom Octavius Guy saw at the window of the cab, speaking to the man dressed like a mechanic, was one of the three Hindoo conspirators.
I am talking of the poisonous plants which flourish in the world of conspirators, like evil mushrooms in a dark cellar.
Fanny acknowledged him haughtily; the position she tacitly took up in all such cases being that there was a vast conspiracy to insult the family by not understanding it, or sufficiently deferring to it, and here was one of the conspirators.
A humble machine, familiar to the conspirators and called by the expressive name of Stretcher, being unavoidably sent for, he was rendered a harmless bundle of torn rags by being strapped down upon it, with voice and consciousness gone out of him, and life fast going.
And one of the most efficacious remedies that a prince can have against conspiracies is not to be hated and despised by the people, for he who conspires against a prince always expects to please them by his removal; but when the conspirator can only look forward to offending them, he will not have the courage to take such a course, for the difficulties that confront a conspirator are infinite.
Yes, but I also remember that the one, as well as the other, was a conspirator.
I was told that he is a dangerous conspirator, a man who sticks at nothing to gain his ends, a person altogether out of place in these days.
He's a political conspirator, there's not a doubt about it," Razumihin decided, as he slowly descended the stairs.