Conspirator Con*spir"a*tor, n. One who engages in a conspiracy; a plotter. --2 Sam. xv. 31. [1913 Webster]

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  • conspirator — conspire ► VERB 1) jointly make secret plans to commit a wrongful act. 2) (of circumstances) seem to be acting together in bringing about an unfortunate result. DERIVATIVES conspirator noun conspiratorial adjective conspiratorially adverb. ORIGIN …   English terms dictionary

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