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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of scheme.

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Examples

  • Stephen Baldwin is suing Kevin Costner, claiming Costner and his business partner "schemed" to make millions of dollars off the BP oil rig disaster ... by allegedly duping Baldwin into selling shares in a company that builds machines that separate oil from water.

    Stephen Baldwin SUING Kevin Costner

  • His bent of mind was solely toward money and material things, and he at once conceived a bitter and unreasoning hatred for Martin, who, he believed, had 'schemed' to capture his daughter and an easy living.

    The Poisoned Pen

  • His bent of mind was solely toward money and material things, and he at once conceived a bitter and unreasoning hatred for Martin, who, he believed, had 'schemed' to capture his daughter and an easy living.

    Master Tales of Mystery, Volume 3

  • Instead, their suit claims Costner and Smith "schemed" to use money from BP's deposit to buy their shares in the company.

    The Seattle Times

  • Instead, their suit claims Costner and Smith "schemed" to use money from BP's deposit to buy their shares in the company.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • Instead, their suit claims Costner and Smith "schemed" to use money from BP's deposit to buy their shares in the company.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • Instead, their suit claims Costner and Smith "schemed" to use money from BP's deposit to buy their shares in the company.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Instead, their suit claims Costner and Smith "schemed" to use money from BP's deposit to buy their shares in the company.

    msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines

  • Instead, their suit claims Costner and Smith "schemed" to use money from BP's deposit to buy their shares in the company.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • Code of Judicial Conduct when he told the plaintiff that she "schemed" to keep her child away from her ex-husband, and when he called her expert witness, a psychologist, a "yo-yo-head."

    Law.com - Newswire

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