Definitions

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  • adj. Engaging in a plot to commit a crime.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Engaging in a plot to commit a crime; conspiring.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Conspiring; plotting; engaging in a conspiracy or plot.

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Examples

  • Omissa spe victoriae in destinatam mortem conspirant, tantusque ardor singulos cepit, ut victores se putarent si non inulti morerentur.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Neque interim Legis usus isti iam memorati, Evangelii gratiae adversantur, sed cum eadem conspirant suaviter, Gal. iii.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • Neque interim Legis usus isti iam memorati, Evangelii gratiae adversantur, sed cum eadem conspirant suaviter, [1628] voluntatem humanam ita subjugante ac imbuente Christi Spiritu, ut idem illud praestare valeat spontanee ac alacriter, quod ab illa exigit voluntas Dei in lege sua revelata.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • Explicatmn hunc jam reperit Prin - ceps T. M», qui humum possedit/et sane eximie cum hac numi imagine conspirant verbii Ciceronis.

    Doctrina nvmorvm vetervm conscripta a Josepho Eckhel ..

  • Priori ex ottatia simtlefln com capite Hadriani in numia snis Graecis ynlgaTit Vaillantius, sed eum Arabiae proTinciae juxta Palaestinam sitae largitus est, qnem adeo jnre perstrinxtt BellejuSf quia ht nuBit faj»rica, forma, et epi - graphet modo cnm reliqois nomomm nuniis conspirant.

    Doctrina numorum veterum

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