Origin of conspirator
Examples from the Web for conspirator
Why must she be labeled a liar, or a conspirator, the one to answer for the terrible tragedy in Libya?Susan Rice: Just Another ‘Incompetent’ Black Woman|Sophia A. Nelson|December 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Manson was convicted on the basis of his influence and as a conspirator.A Confession to Murder—Quickly Withdrawn—Rocks Religious Community|Winston Ross|November 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“Like it or not, only consumerism can hold a modern society together,” says one conspirator.Must Read Novels: Ballard, Dybek, and Krasznahorkai|Jacob Silverman, Malcolm Forbes, John McIntyre|April 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The script for The Conspirator was written 18 years ago and languished without a home.
Conspirator: Lenin in Exile could have been the beginning of a great tragedy, says Chamberlain, if his cause had been a noble one.
I undressed the children, and the maid tiptoed in with their tea with the air of a conspirator in a dark and stealthy plot.The Lady of the Basement Flat|Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
"The business is done," said Paul Kendall, as he met the conspirator.Outward Bound|Oliver Optic
Fate aided the conspirator, for it chanced that the woman was a glutton, and she drank eagerly of the huge jug of stiff punch.Through the Gates of Old Romance|W. Jay Mills
Dear count, what do you think of a king who is reduced to become a conspirator?Catherine de' Medici|Honore de Balzac
I thought myself courageous and strong; but it must be thus with every conspirator who undertakes what I have done.The Regent's Daughter|Alexandre Dumas (Pere)
Word Origin and History for conspirator
c.1400, conspyratour, from Old French conspirateur, from Latin conspiratorem (nominative conspiratorio), noun of action from conspirat-, past participle stem of conspirare (see conspire). Fem. form conspiratress is from mid-18c. Related: Conspiratorial; conspiratorially; conspiratory.