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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconspiratorcon‧spi‧ra‧tor /kənˈspɪrətə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  PLANsomeone who is involved in a secret plan to do something illegal
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conspiratorShe was not cut out to be a conspirator.While singer Neneh Cherry moved on to crossover fame, her fellow conspirators took a back seat.No, he had been set up by his fellow conspirators.Thus the military conspirators could count on a growing area of civilian support.It also shows that Brutus was quite naive towards the reasons which the other conspirators had for killing Caesar.But how I would have preferred disaster to my role as rejected conspirator and failed renegade.But then, in his very next speech he insists on shaking the hands of all of the conspirators.
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