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Definition of "plots" []

  • A secret plan to achieve some purpose, esp one that is illegal or underhand (noun)
  • The story or plan of a play, novel, etc (noun)
  • A graphic representation of an individual or tactical setting that pinpoints an artillery target (noun)
  • A diagram or plan, esp a surveyor's map (noun)
  • To plan secretly (something illegal, revolutionary, etc); conspire (verb)
  • To mark (a course, as of a ship or aircraft) on a map (verb)
  • To make a plan or map of (verb)
  • To locate and mark (one or more points) on a graph by means of coordinates (verb)
  • To draw (a curve) through these points (verb)
  • To construct the plot of (a literary work) (verb)
  • Plural form of plot. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of plot. (verb)

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Use "plots" in a sentence
  • "(l) _The preparation of property plots and light plots_ has been mentioned in the chapter on "The Vaudeville Stage and Its Dimensions," therefore they require a word here."
  • "And her motivation for her plots is always pure vanity."
  • "The North has previously threatened nuclear attacks in response to what it calls plots for regime change -- an especially sensitive topic given leader Kim Jong-Il's age and health."