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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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secretly plan together to do something — especially something illegal or harmful


of events and circumstances:  seemingly cooperate to achieve something
  • The Eastmans, like Dan, believed in the powers of a good private-school education— specifically, in the case of Noah and Simon, in the power to rescue those two daredevils from the standard fates of rural, north country boys: the marriage of driving fast on the back roads, and beer; and the trailer-park girls in the back seats of those cars, those girls who successfully conspired to get pregnant before their high-school graduations.
    p. 268.7

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