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Synonyms for plotted

planned in advance

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To hear them talk, you would have supposed that these two harmless and benevolent men had plotted the ruin of the country.
Doubtless he had plotted a conspiracy against me and my countenance, and would never rest until his diabolical purpose was accomplished.
Everybody it appears, the present company excepted, has plotted against Mrs.
Nevertheless, he was appreciated by the "miner" of Europe; he plotted familiarly with Louis XI.
All this time the Sheriff said never a word but only looked about him like one suddenly awakened from sleep; but when he found himself going within the very depths of Sherwood his heart sank within him, for he thought, "Surely my three hundred pounds will be taken from me, even if they take not my life itself, for I have plotted against their lives more than once.
You plotted against me, you lied to Prince Andrew about my relations with that Frenchwoman and made me quarrel with him, but you see I need neither her nor you
I should think the latest version must be, that I plotted with Raffles to murder Bulstrode, and ran away from Middlemarch for the purpose.
Her lover having himself made a show at Dort of cultivating tulips to hide his political intrigues, they now plotted together for my ruin.