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conniving
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  • In the gayest and happiest spirits she set forward with her father; not always listening, but always agreeing to what he said; and, whether in speech or silence, conniving at the comfortable persuasion of his being obliged to go to Randalls every day, or poor Mrs. Weston would be disappointed.

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  • They are conniving to get government contracts in return for campaign contributions.
  • stop those who connive to steal state secrets

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