verb (used with object), in·trigued, in·tri·guing.
verb (used without object), in·trigued, in·tri·guing.
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With this end in view he began intriguing, and as an intriguer, Ferdinand is the cleverest of all the Balkan monarchs.
She felt herself a schemer, an intriguer, which she was not.Coquette|Frank Swinnerton
The adherents of the French party denounced him as an intriguer, and spread the report that he was a spy in the pay of Spain.De Orbe Novo, Volume 1 (of 2)|Trans. by Francis Augustus MacNutt
The other leaders hesitated: ambition and jealousy prompted them to refuse their aid in furthering the views of the intriguer.
He knew that Voda Alexandru would have need of an intriguer like himself.Roumanian Stories|Various