conspirant

conspirant

(kənˈspaɪrənt)
adj
planning a crime or harmful act in secret
n
a conspirator
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Une cohesion qui semble deranger ceux qui portent une animosite profonde envers l'Algerie et son peuple et ce, malheureusement, en conspirant avec des parties interieures, qui ont vendu leur ame et ont hypotheque l'avenir de leurs concitoyens pour des fins et des interets personnels etroits.
Birla, who made a representation, is one conspirant; I who examined the case and made a recommendation, I can be another conspirant; and the Prime Minister as Coal Minister who took the decision is the third conspirant.
She said that the main object of filing this reference was to expose conspirant elements.
Perchance with venal tongue he lauds the tyrant, And revels in the martyrdom of friends; Smeared with my blood, he curses the conspirant, And boasts of horrid deeds as worthy ends.
Politically, the preface to Atala demonstrates empathy with the Natchez Indians in Louisiana, massacred in 1727 to suppress an insurrection of "toutes les tribus indiennes conspirant, apres deux siecles d'oppression, pour rendre la liberte au nouveau monde" (3).