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conspirator
used in Atlas Shrugged

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Definition
a member of a conspiracy (a secret plot)
  • She smiled at him, as at a fellow conspirator, in relief, in deliverance, in radiant mockery of all the things she would never have to consider important again.
    3.1 Part 3 Chapter 1 — Atlantis (2% in)
  • Rearden stood still and caught a brief instant when Francisco, not moving, looked at him with the hint of an amused smile that was like a wink between conspirators at a secret they both understood, but would not acknowledge.
    2.3 Part 2 Chapter 3 — White Blackmail (70% in)
  • Rearden felt an exultant laughter swelling within him, he felt that he wanted, in his turn, to wink at Francisco like a fellow conspirator who had learned a secret Francisco would not acknowledge.
    2.3 Part 2 Chapter 3 — White Blackmail (96% in)
  • "Project X?" he said softly, in the mysterious tone of a conspirator.
    3.3 Part 3 Chapter 3 — Anti-Greed (9% in)
  • He noticed that the puppets of the courtroom had started by glancing at him in the sly, wise manner of fellow conspirators sharing a common guilt, mutually safe from moral condemnation.
    3.5 Part 3 Chapter 5 — Their Brothers' Keepers (45% in)
  • "Nobody will," said Ferris; their voices had the cautious drone of conspirators.
    3.9 Part 3 Chapter 9 — The Generator (47% in)

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