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complot

[ noun kom-plot; verb kuhm-plot ]
/ noun ˈkɒmˌplɒt; verb kəmˈplɒt /
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noun
a plot involving several participants; conspiracy.
verb (used with or without object), com·plot·ted, com·plot·ting.
to plot together; conspire.
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Origin of complot

1570–80; <Middle French; compare Old French complot dense crowd, accord, understanding, conspiracy, complote assembly (of troops); of obscure origin

OTHER WORDS FROM complot

com·plot·ment, nouncom·plot·ter, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for complot

complot
/ archaic /

noun (ˈkɒmplɒt)
a plot or conspiracy
verb (kəmˈplɒt) -plots, -plotting or -plotted
to plot together; conspire

Derived forms of complot

complotter, noun

Word Origin for complot

C16: from Old French, of unknown origin
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