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con·spire
[kuhn-spahyuhr]
VERB (USED WITHOUT OBJECT) [CON·SPIRED, CON·SPIR·ING.]
1.
to agree together, especially secretly, to do something wrong, evil, or illegal: They conspired to kill the king.
2.
to act or work together toward the same result or goal.
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v. con·spired, con·spir·ing, con·spires. v.intr. 1. To plan together secretly to commit an illegal or wrongful act or accomplish a legal purpose through illegal action.

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Define conspiringly: in a conspiring manner. ... our free online dictionary, but you are looking for one that's only in the Merriam-Webster Unabridged Dictionary.

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conspiringly, adverb. Word Origin. C14: from Old French conspirer, from Latin conspīrāre to plot together, literally: to breathe together, from spīrāre to breathe.

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Conspiratorial definition, the act of conspiring. See more.

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Conspiratorially definition, the act of conspiring. See more.

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conspiringly, adverb. Word Origin. C14: from Old French conspirer, from Latin conspīrāre to plot together, literally: to breathe together, from spīrāre to breathe.

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conspire definition, meaning, what is conspire: to plan secretly with other people to do something bad, illegal, or against someone's…. Learn more.

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Conspiring definition: of or involved in a conspiracy | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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