American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The act or an instance of conspiring.
- n. A joint effort directed toward a goal.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Conspiracy.
- n. Concurrence; mutual tendency in action.
- n. Agreement or concurrence for some end or purpose; conspiracy.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. rare Agreement or concurrence for some end or purpose; conspiracy.
“Convention que j'appelle sur cette vaste conspiration.”
“Another right wing conspiration to neutralize members of the liberal media with toothaches.”
“Their critical scepticismcannot prevent the theory and experience of spiritual energy from combining to warn us that WE HAVE REACHED A DECISIVE POINT IN HUMAN EVOLUTION, at which the only way forward is in the direction of a common passion~ a conspiration.”
“It sounded to me like a silence conspiration - or maybe I was looking for excuses?”
“For in a manner all things are implicated with one another, and all in this way are friendly to one another; for one thing comes in order after another, and this is by virtue of the active movement and mutual conspiration and the unity of the substance.”
“Well, mes amis, la vaste conspiration gauche de médias d'aile, or what you've come to know as the Vast Left Wing Media Conspiracy is ramping up their pre-election efforts to slander the Commander In Chief.”
“Tom Wealdon used to remark, with a chuckle, from time to time, in the thick of the fuss and conspiration which was the breath of his nostrils; and, doubtless, so they are, and were, and ever will be, until the time-honoured machinery of our election system has been overhauled, and adapted to the civilisation of these days.”
“Briefly, in such a world without order and array, owing nothing, lending nothing, and borrowing nothing, you would see a more dangerous conspiration than that which Aesop exposed in his Apologue.”
“I would like to know what is the logic behind this course of action taken by the interest section, because, if according to your reasoning, there is a conspiration behind this, wasn't it better just to send the diplomat home so that the Elian case could move on without any other complications?”
“However, in 1954, a conspiration that joined the traditional national power centers, inheritors of colonialism, with powerful foreign interests, overthrew the democratic regime as a result of an armed invasion, thereby reimposing the old system of oppression which has characterized the history of my country.”
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