[ kuhn-spir-uh-ter ]
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  1. a person who takes part in a conspiracy; plotter.

Origin of conspirator

First recorded in 1375–1425; late Middle English conspiratour, from Anglo-French, from Latin conspīrātor, from conspīrā(tus) “united, acted in harmony” (past participle of conspīrāre; see conspire) + -tor -tor

Other words for conspirator

Other words from conspirator

  • non·con·spir·a·tor, noun
  • pre·con·spir·a·tor, noun

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