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  • EN [ kənˈspɪrəsi]
  • US [ kənˈspɪrəsi]

English definition


  • 1. a secret agreement between two or more people to perform an unlawful act

  • 2. a plot to carry out some harmful or illegal act (especially a political plot)

  • 3. a group of conspirators banded together to achieve some harmful or illegal purpose

Example sentences

  • That conspirator was accused of conspiracy to murder.

  • Are you a member of a conspiracy controlled by a foreign power?

  • The surviving leaders of the conspiracy were tortured in prison to make them confess.

  • Those who go in for intrigues and conspiracy are doomed to failure.

  • It was this happy feminine conspiracy which made Southern society so pleasant.

  • This maneuver of his is a diabolical conspiracy.

  • The police discovered his conspiracy to overthrow the government with some army officers.

  • We heard of his implication in a conspiracy.

  • She was convicted on an indictment for conspiracy.

  • He was charged with conspiracy to suborn witnesses.

  • The men were found guilty of conspiracy to murder.

  • He was mixed up in the conspiracy.

  • a conspiracy to overthrow the government

  • At first, he was blissfully unaware of the conspiracy against him.

  • It's all part of a conspiracy to dispense with the town centre all together and move everything out to Meadowhall.

  • Did you ever swallow the conspiracy theory about Kennedy?

  • He suspects there's a conspiracy to cover up the crime.

  • Everyone thinks there is some vast conspiracy wanting to hold down the younger generation.

  • He believes there probably was a conspiracy to kill President Kennedy in 1963.

  • He has been named as the prime mover in the conspiracy to murder Carroll.

  • The bombs are almost certainly part of a much bigger conspiracy.

  • There has been a murky conspiracy to keep them out of power.

  • He pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to defraud the government.

  • Seven men, all from Bristol, admitted conspiracy to commit arson.

  • There was no evidence to link the brigade to any conspiracy against Mr Bush.

  • He's charged with conspiracy, misapplication of funds and other crimes.

  • They were brought to trial for treasonable conspiracy.

  • Many people were involved in this conspiracy, but three stand out.

Phrase collocation

  • a conspiracy of silence

    an agreement to say nothing about an issue that should be generally known

Meaning of conspiracy

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