Conspire in a sentence

Definition of Conspire

(intransitive) To secretly plot or make plans together, often with the intention to bring bad or illegal results. | (intransitive) To agree, to concur to one end. | (transitive) To try to bring about.

How to use Conspire in a Sentence?

  • I wished very much to go with him but all the circumstances seemed to conspire against me.
  • All the world seemed to conspire to hurt him just at this most critical moment of his life!
  • The fact is that many things conspire to make an official report constrained and formal.
  • It was a glorious day, and all the elements seemed to conspire to make it a perfect occasion.
  • His looks, his gestures, his cries, all conspire to entreat you to take pity on him.
  • The laws seemed to conspire with my relatives to force me into the power of a beast. . . .
  • You were uncommon children, and it was cruel of the minister Gulmore to conspire against you.
  • Many more causes than I have space to set down conspire to increase this self-reliance.
  • While nature and society conspire to mock him, Nirvana invites him to its peace.
  • I wonder that the officers of the army don't conspire to beat all scoundrels in red but their own.
  • In a few words, you have been led away to conspire for the accomplishment of a most dastardly outrage.
  • You double traitor, false to me and false to those other traitors who met in this very place to conspire against me.
  • Theologians tell and repeat to us that man is free, while all their teachings conspire to destroy his liberty.
  • Whence is it that the lines of river and meadow and hill and lake and shore conspire to-day to make the landscape beautiful?
  • If a dozen people conspire to tell a man that he is looking badly, it is not unlikely that he will feel ill.
  • Parents and teachers conspire together to make a man of him, which means making a particular kind of man of him.
  • Certain circumstances conspire to hasten the happy development, and certain conditions may justify exceptional haste.
  • This began to alarm him, for it was not natural that the senses, one after the other, should conspire to deceive him.
  • How any enemy could be so heartless as to plot and conspire against so angelic an executive, etc., etc.
  • For me, an employee, to conspire to get the rest of the money for her would be like taking it from the cash drawer.
  • The Countess, Susanna, Figaro, and Cherubino then conspire to punish the Count for his infidelity.
  • Cæsar encouraged it; Cæsar learned from it to conspire on a future day more successfully against his country.
  • All things conspire to produce in us serene and tranquil pleasure, but nothing worth recording occurs in the remaining days.
  • But all conspire together, and are subject to one common use, namely, the preservation of the whole body.

Short Example Sentence for Conspire

  • Though gods may conspire her ill.
  • Nature is made to conspire with spirit to emancipate us.
  • On m'accuse d'avoir conspiré pour délivrer la reine.
  • A thousand circumstances might conspire to detain Luke.
  • That fat fool of a Gaston, to conspire at his age!
  • Did Patrick conspire with Jones to murder Rice?
  • They'll both conspire to make you an example.
  • So that you are invited on all hands; all conspire to call you.
  • For a time we sit and conspire in the best fashion possible.
  • In all his struggles destiny seemed to conspire to bring about his fame.
  • They conspire with it; a loving resignation is with the event.
  • Rather let war and strife burst over the land, than conspire against the laws!
  • Mouy conspire avec vous, n'est-ce pas?
  • You might, you could have done it, but you conspire to overthrow me.
  • You don't suppose she'd leave me here to conspire with Susan?
  • That murmurs from his pumpkin-stalk trombone, Conspire to teach the boy.