conspiratorial conspiratorial  /kən ˌspɪ rə ˈtɔ ri əl/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) relating to or characteristic of conspiracy or conspirators

News

  1. That's not me in Dan Brown's 'Inferno'

    Try this for a spine-tingling moment: An immensely popular novelist who specializes in eerie, conspiratorial mysteries portrays an evildoer who is, gulp, an awful lot like yourself. And the word "popular" doesn't really come close to describing this novelist, whose every book is launched in multiple languages and shoved into movie production (starring Tom Hanks) before the manuscript is bound in ...
    on June 21, 2013     Source: CNN

  2. Bill Clinton: There’s no ‘big, conspiratorial federal government’ push for gun confiscation

    Former President Bill Clinton, while suggesting that another push for gun control legislation might succeed, faulted the National Rifle Association for convincing “country” people that “there’s this big, conspiratorial federal government” plan to confiscate firearms.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Washington Examiner

Quotes

  1. "He gave me a big wink, which I took to mean something between `Atta boy!' and a conspiratorial acknowledgment of being historians together," says Wilentz, a Princeton University historian and winner of the Bancroft Prize for "The Rise of...
    on Mar 1, 2007 By: Sean Wilentz Source: Washington Post

  2. "This was an election where you have some glitches, but none of these glitches were of a conspiratorial nature and none of them would overturn or change the election results," said Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell, a Republican who, as the...
    on Dec 7, 2004 By: Ken Blackwell Source: Boston Globe

  3. "Those sort of documents are not normally released because they're part of the Cabinet process. There's nothing conspiratorial about that," Howard told local television.
    on Nov 19, 2007 By: John Howard Source: TVNZ

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