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Definition of "conspired" []

  • To plan or agree on (a crime or harmful act) together in secret (verb)
  • To act together towards some end as if by design (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of conspire. (verb)

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Use "conspired" in a sentence
  • "Alas, not only the title conspired to make sure that it remained one of the great secrets of 1969, the publishing house was sold just as the book came out, and as a result there was not one iota of publicity to help enlighten the world that my first book was available."
  • "Elliott says Griffin "conspired to keep students and soldiers from voting" in the 2004 election, an unproven allegation that has resulted in no charges."
  • "Stumped and hit for six after technology and her nickname conspired to bowl her a celebrity googly, Ashley Kerekes decided to set the record straight."