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conspiracy
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • It is some base conspiracy, which carries its own falsehood with it.’
  • Talk of YOUR risk in the conspiracy!’
  • ’Whew!’ cried John, ’a conspiracy!
  • ’No, no, no, a conspiracy connected with his school; I’ll explain it presently.’
  • That, once suspecting the existence of a conspiracy, they had no difficulty in tracing back its origin to the malice of Ralph, and the vindictiveness and avarice of Squeers.
  • ’After various shiftings and delays,’ said Nicholas, ’he has been sentenced to be transported for seven years, for being in the unlawful possession of a stolen will; and, after that, he has to suffer the consequence of a conspiracy.’

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  • discovered a conspiracy to overthrow the government
  • inclined to believe conspiracy theories

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