conspiracy


conspiracy
noun
ADJECTIVE
big, great, larger, massive, vast
grand
criminal, government, media, political

charges of criminal conspiracy and corruption

alleged
global, international, worldwide
VERB + CONSPIRACY
be involved in, join

I suspected that he was involved in the conspiracy.

be part of

This action was part of a conspiracy to deceive the public.

organize

Who organized the conspiracy against the president?

expose, uncover

Officials have uncovered a conspiracy to discredit the government.

see, suspect

He's the sort of person who sees a conspiracy around every corner.

CONSPIRACY + NOUN
theory
charge

All three men were convicted on conspiracy charges.

PREPOSITION
conspiracy against

a conspiracy against the king

conspiracy between

a conspiracy between the police and the right-wing parties

PHRASES
a conspiracy of silence

There is a conspiracy of silence about the killer (= nobody will say what they know).


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