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Word: conspiracy

Definition: treacherous plot; secret plan against the law (by two or more people)


Sentences Containing 'conspiracy'

If he be innocent, of course he will be set at liberty; if guilty, why, it is no use involving ourselves in a conspiracy.''
``Then you were aware of Dantes being engaged in a conspiracy?''
``Why, if my information prove correct, a sort of Bonaparte conspiracy has just been discovered.''
``We know nothing as yet of the conspiracy, monsieur; all the papers found have been sealed up and placed on your desk.
``Does he speak to you of this conspiracy?''
``Sire, I fear it is more than a plot; I fear it is a conspiracy.''
``You would call acting generously, knowing your conspiracy and not informing against you, that is what I should call becoming your accomplice.
Villainy is the matter; baseness is the matter; deception, fraud, conspiracy, are the matter; and the name of the whole atrocious mass is--HEEP!'
You don't think at all of what I shall do, in return; or of getting yourself into trouble for conspiracy and so forth?
These rogues, whom I had picked up, debauched my other men, and they all formed a conspiracy to seize the ship, and secure me; which they did one morning, rushing into my cabin, and binding me hand and foot, threatening to throw me overboard, if I offered to stir.
I gave him a very short relation of my voyage; of the conspiracy against me by my own men; of the country where they set me on shore, and of my five years residence there.

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