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conspirator

n. a person or entity who enters into a plot with one or more other people or entities to commit illegal acts, legal acts with an illegal object, or using illegal methods, to the harm of others. Conspirators may range from small-time bootleggers to electronics companies meeting to fix prices in violation of anti-trust laws. (See conspiracy)

conspirator

noun abettor, colluder, complotter, confederate, coniuratus, conniver, deceiver, intrigant, machinator, plotter, schemer, spy, strategist
See also: abettor, coactor, confederate, conspirer
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Simply by reading this column - poor you - you've almost certainly unknowingly deleted the memory of a sunny afternoon by the river, holding hands with someone who was vitally important at the time and watching a man trying to launch a canoe, laughing conspiratorially at his ungainly failure, planning a bright future together.
And I will remember the sound of his lovely deep voice as he leaned in conspiratorially to ask, "And so, my dear, how are you?
Conspiratorially leaning forward across his desk, as if the KGB might be listening to our conversation, Randall dropped his voice to nearly a whisper.
Chinkara gazelles flit across the dunes, little green bee-eaters perch conspiratorially together on khejri trees.
I have seen how conspiratorially a loyal, patriotic community of taxpayers and law-abiding citizens is being ostracised in our society.
A little later, hedgehogs in hand, he made his way back past Cowell's HQ and whispered conspiratorially to his prickly new charges, "Don't go in there.
Interesting to spot Liberal Democrat and Tory bad boys Jerry Evans and Randal Brew chatting conspiratorially in the back row at Monday's cabinet meeting.
The invasion and rule of Egypt (1882-1954) ostensibly to straighten out a bankrupt administration and protect the Suez Canal; the Jameson Raid (1895) conspiratorially devised to aid the "oppressed" British incomers to Boer territory and shift control of the Transvaal from the Dutch to the British; the rule of Nigeria (1900) to protect British trade--all of these proved to be laboratories for perfecting the techniques of domination.
None of these so-called young artists or new artists are younger than I am, really," Assassin says, leaning conspiratorially across a poolside hotel bar in New Kingston.
And ye ken what else," she added conspiratorially, "Ah've heard that yin's gonnae become a brothel.
Leaning over conspiratorially, he whispered in my shell-like: "Always look both ways before crossing the road.