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con·spir·a·to·ri·al

 (kən-spîr′ə-tôr′ē-əl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or characteristic of conspirators or a conspiracy: a conspiratorial act; a conspiratorial smile.

con·spir′a·to′ri·al·ly adv.
Translations

conspiratorially

[kənˌspɪrəˈtɔːrɪəlɪ] ADV [behave] → con complicidad

conspiratorially

[kənˌspɪrəˈtɔːriəli] adv [whisper] → avec un air de conspirateur
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One is at one's wit's end, forever trying to comprehend this strange obsession with GDP; conspiratorially speaking, the developing world has been brainwashed to run after this useless indicator, similar to chasing the taillights of a truck.
Although, vexed by the final composition of Team PH, Del Rosario came out with a candid view that gunning for the overall championship-always conspiratorially coveted by the host country-requires strategy.
"I'm actually a Democrat," he whispered conspiratorially. "I don't talk much about that here."
I didn't expect it, it was just a perfect day." Lux still has some way to go to catch Cristiano Ronaldo's 152 million Instagram followers but a Kyrgyzstan official whispered conspiratorially: "girls love him back home." Kyrgyzstan will play hosts UAE in Abu Dhabi on Monday.
'There is no real or imagined justification for anybody or group of persons to conspiratorially circulate frightfully damaging messages to natives of communities and villages in Borno, 'advising' them to abandon their homesteads and relocate to IDPs camps for another round of bondage in their country.'
Since we are not accustomed to seeing institutions running in a clean manner, therefore, our first instinct at the encounter of such organization is to react conspiratorially. For the last many months, ever since the National Accountability Bureau has unleashed its drive against financial mismanagement in Punjab bureaucracy, the PHC has been unnecessarily dragged into the controversy.
It used to be the main post office and as our 67-year-old taxi driver Abdul tells us conspiratorially, former inland revenue home.
Something is not working properly and there 'is a form of underground economy operating at the expense of a legitimate economy' said the union, conspiratorially adding that 'consumers and many companies are victims of unfair competition from dubious quality products of Turkish and Turkish Cypriot origin'.
And while you can tell he's told the same joke over and over again, we all chuckle conspiratorially, grab our bags and climb into the van.
After a couple minutes to research and absorb the information, he took me slightly aside and conspiratorially asked me, "Isn't that gratuitously large for just two people?"
The filling lasted six months and, almost conspiratorially, decided to 'shake itself loose' and fall out when I returned to Australia.