Com"plot (?), n. [F. complot, prob. for comploit, fr.L. complicitum, prop. p. p. of complicare, but equiv. to complicatio complication, entangling. See Complicate, and cf. Plot.]

A plotting together; a confederacy in some evil design; a conspiracy.

I know their complot is to have my life. Shak.


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Com*plot" (?), v. t. & i. [imp. & p. p. Complotted; p. pr. & vb. n. Complotting.] [Cf. F. comploter, fr. complot.]

To plot or plan together; to conspire; to join in a secret design.

We find them complotting together, and contriving a new scence of miseries to the Trojans. Pope.


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