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Word: conspire

Definition: take part in a conspiracy; (of events) work together; combine; Ex. Events conspired to produce great difficulties.

Sentences Containing 'conspire'

Georgina, without any finances and refusing to accept charity, decides that her wedding must be put off due to the financial obligations, but Virginia and Geoffrey conspire to secretly transfer £2000 from Virginia's investments to Georgina as a last-minute windfall from James' estate and the wedding is set for June 12, flourished with a massive cake baked by Mrs. Bridges.
Glimpses do ye seem to see of that mortally intolerable truth; that all deep, earnest thinking is but the intrepid effort of the soul to keep the open independence of her sea; while the wildest winds of heaven and earth conspire to cast her on the treacherous, slavish shore?
His men conspire against him, confine him a long time to his cabin, and set him on shore in an unknown land.
In the lead up to the Iraq War, U.S. President George W. Bush alleged that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and militant group al-Qaeda might conspire to launch terrorist attacks on the United States, basing the administration's rationale for war, in part, on this allegation and others.
Senator Masterson's declared candidacy for the "presidential race" is met by a hostile public reception, prompting Blackthorne and the Inhumanoids to conspire to use intimidation tactics to terrify the other presidential contenders into withdrawing.
She begins to be isolated from her husband and her townspeople as she refused to help the Guerillas to conspire the General's administration following the battle between the Guerillas and the Japanese Soldiers.
Since Ahomadégbé-Tomêtin was unable and unwilling to pursue a coup d'état, he decided to conspire against the president.
The nobility was displeased by the king's conduct and started to conspire against him.
The pursuer begins to escalate when they meet challenges to their goal. RGPT identifies processes that conspire to transform otherwise normal relationships into ORI and stalking.
Their love is quickly torn apart by Antonio's brother and Angelica's aunt who conspire against them.
Today, he is mainly remembered as the author of the novel "Auch einer", in which he developed the concept of "Die Tücke des Objekts" (the spite of objects), a comical theory according to which seemingly inanimate objects conspire against humans.
Tom and Jerry conspire to drop Quacker off at a nearby public park, but their plan backfires when Quacker returns, this time along with more ducklings, flooding the entire house with water.
Without addressing Walsh's sexuality, he said the report contained no evidence that Walsh ever "visited a 'house of degradation' to connive or to consort with, or to converse with, or to conspire with anyone who is the enemy of the United States."

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::: plethora - excess; overabundance; Ex. a plethora of excuses
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