American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One that engages in a conspiracy.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who conspires or engages in a conspiracy or is concerned in a plot; a joint plotter; specifically, one who conspires with others to commit treason.
- n. One of a group that acts in harmony
- n. Part of a group that agree to do an unlawful or unethical act.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who engages in a conspiracy; a plotter.
- n. a member of a conspiracy
“After all, if you go to rob a bank and your co-conspirator is killed by the guard, you will be charged with murder.”
“With all due respect, I post that is Lochner was ever revived, as proposed by a certain conspirator, the issue would become moot.”
“Simon Jester: With all due respect, I post that is Lochner was ever revived, as proposed by a certain conspirator, the issue would become moot.”
““What do you intellectual giants suggest if a suspected co-conspirator is monitored, so-so info is obtained and the FISA court turns down the warrant?””
“What do you intellectual giants suggest if a suspected co-conspirator is monitored, so-so info is obtained and the FISA court turns down the warrant?”
“My best — and my apologies, incidentally, if a regular Volokh conspirator is an IP guy or gal.”
“You are called a conspirator and a danger to national security.”
“Stanwyck plays this scene not as a conspirator, which is what she has become, but as someone who is delighted to find her personal small-scale power play for more money achieve success.”
“I think this is the first time we have heard the term unindicted co-conspirator, which is what we just heard from the attorney general, and I think we can all imagine that the administration would like to charge him with much more than that, but they are still accumulating evidence.”
“The result was still the same: Tony Garza identified as the conspirator with Ed Schmidt was no proof at all that it was Tony who battered Schmidt to death.”
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