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used in Sycamore Row

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


of events and circumstances:  seemingly cooperate to achieve something
  • Bo Buck had once been a judge in Nevada before things conspired to wreck his life, and he and Lucien enjoyed swapping stories.
    p. 538.4
  • It was alleged that Yawkey and three other men conspired to burn the home of one Jake Brigance, in the town of Clanton.
    p. 213.8
  • He's convinced the white folks around here will conspire to invalidate the will and keep the money.
    p. 254.2

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