Did you mayhaps mean plotting?
- n. Plural form of plotting.
“For now, just hit the jump to enjoy the backroom plottings of an armored Mando and a Sith Lord.”
“Honolulu called, and the news was that the King had gone particularly pupule "(insane)," that there were Catholic and Protestant missionary plottings, and that trouble with France was brewing.”
“So, lots of plottings and political or literal knifings are possibilities in this sort of claustrophobic environment.”
“His story of the machinations and plottings of Mador and the Munanese he brought with him to Venus would make your blood curdle.”
“He had told them everything he knew about her, her habits, her character, her past life; he had confessed in the most trivial detail everything that had happened at their meetings, all that he had said to her and she to him, their black-market meals, their adulteries, their vague plottings against the Party — everything.”
“In a very characteristic passage, the late Donald MacKinnon sets Bell's descriptions of Archbishop Davidson at work alongside the contemporary struggles, the passionate quarrels and plottings of those who were forging a revolutionary future in Russia – Lenin and his friends and enemies.”
“Mr Lee-Hartwood alleges dark plottings on the part of the nuclear industry, which was, according to him, severely embarrassed by Chernobyl.”
“Their plottings and schemes are known to me and Miggs.”
“I say this as even their own American Asian writers use such similar backgrounds and plottings when writing about strange Chinese customs and lores - very interesting to non-Chinese, but rather pedestrian to especially overseas Chinese readers.”
“Mary, moreover, always contended that the Queen of Scotland did not incur responsibilities for the plottings of English subjects, even if she had known of them.”
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