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Synonyms for conspiracy

Synonyms for conspiracy

a secret plan to achieve an evil or illegal end

Synonyms for conspiracy

a secret agreement between two or more people to perform an unlawful act

a plot to carry out some harmful or illegal act (especially a political plot)

a group of conspirators banded together to achieve some harmful or illegal purpose

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One way to understand this phenomenon is from the quote used by Benjamin, taken from Oeuvres (Works), volume published in 1932, in order to illustrate this ideological emptiness in which Baudelaire found himself, moved by the same irrational fury that drove the 'indeterminate mass' in their conspiratory rebellions:
potential for union activity to be characterized as conspiratory.
Adnan Rifai, member of the People's Committee in Ein Al-Hilweh refugee camp, told AS SAFIR that the committee considers the agency's plans preliminary steps to cancel the entire agency, and to settle the refugees permanently in their diasporas "under the leadership of the conspiratory project with Western nations and the U.
Sanjay, a member of the external affairs standing committee, urged Krishna to lodge a strong and immediate protest against Google's " conspiratory and appeasement" policy.
They would not say what the three words were, and burst into conspiratory laughter.