Con`spi*ra"tion (?), n. [F. conspiration, L. conspiratio.]

Agreement or concurrence for some end or purpose; conspiracy.

[R.]

As soon as it was day, certain Jews made a conspiration. Udall.

In our natural body every part has a nacassary sympathy with every other, and all together form, by their harmonious conspiration, a healthy whole. Sir W. Hamilton.

 

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