Verb(1) engage in plotting or enter into a conspiracy, swear together(2) act in unison or agreement and in secret towards a deceitful or illegal purpose
(1) Fate and circumstances often conspire to change the direction of our lives for better or worse.(2) Sarah is not merely a woman who feels like a bad mother, she is a bad mother, or least she is until circumstances conspire to jolt her into reality.(3) As the scenery switches from Argentina to Chile to Colombia, events conspire to change our hero, as we know they will.(4) But racing, in particular, has often suffered from people who deliberately conspire to fix results, and those cheats now know that their days are numbered.(5) Currently, conspiracy to defraud is a common law offence that requires that two or more individuals conspire to commit a fraud against another.(6) The circumstances conspire to make a sexual relation or a future together impossible.(7) This angers a cabal of evil businessmen, who somehow are profiting from the bad times, so they conspire to bring the new agency down.(8) Those who are members of the Church and yet conspire against her commit a serious and brutal crime.(9) Occasionally events conspire to imbue these great-leader impersonators with great symbolic power.(10) Each character is linked by more than just work, as hold-ups, corpses, missing children, affairs and other events conspire to alter their lives.(11) I can feel the distant rumble of thunder on the horizon and I'm sure that events are conspiring to ensure that I'll be well and truly wound up by the end of the week.(12) But, once Napoleon has returned home, he discovers that fate has conspired against him.(13) In his eyes, he did not fail; he was conspired against and was therefore entitled to compensate for his disadvantage by bending the rules.(14) Many chances were created but poor finishing and a forthright penalty appeal that was turned down conspired against them.(15) The evolution of the NFL has conspired against quarterbacks selected in the first round.(16) He also dismissed as unfounded the father's claim that his family had conspired against him and made up a story about the rape.
1. plot ::
2. act together ::
3. collude ::
4. conjure ::
Different Formsconspire, conspired, conspires, conspiring
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