Occasionally his fluent, French-accented sentences will conclude with a conspiratorial giggle.
This is the conspiratorial mind using skepticism as a cloak for intellectual laziness.
And it should be pointed out that Chechen exiles are conspiratorial because they been the target of quite a few conspiracies.
As always, expect Ahmadinejad to make a big splash with his normal bombast and conspiratorial flourish.
"I voted for him," added Jaffe, in a conspiratorial whisper as they stood just off to the side of the stage.
Sister, entering upon this conspiratorial dialogue, unhesitatingly gave her approval.
She, too, gave me a conspiratorial wink and patted her handbag.
Sobered by this threat, Everett looked about with a conspiratorial air and leaned across the table.
Retrieving my bundle, I joined Amar with conspiratorial caution.
Sir John was disappearing, with his stealthy and conspiratorial air, down the staircase.
mid-14c., from Anglo-French conspiracie, Old French conspiracie "conspiracy, plot," from Latin conspirationem (nominative conspiratio) "agreement, union, unanimity," noun of action from conspirare (see conspire); earlier in same sense was conspiration (early 14c.), from French conspiration (13c.), from Latin conspirationem. An Old English word for it was facengecwis. As a term in law, from 1863. Conspiracy theory is from 1909.