coconspirator

coconspirator
noun
a member of a conspiracy
Syn: ↑conspirator, ↑plotter, ↑machinator
Derivationally related forms: ↑machinate (for: ↑machinator), ↑coconspire, ↑conspiratorial (for: ↑conspirator), ↑conspire (for: ↑conspirator)
Hypernyms: ↑criminal, ↑felon, ↑crook, ↑outlaw, ↑malefactor
Instance Hyponyms: ↑Fawkes, ↑Guy Fawkes, ↑Oates, ↑Titus Oates
Member Holonyms: ↑conspiracy, ↑confederacy

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\\|kō+\ noun (-s)
Etymology: co- + conspirator

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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