conspirator

conspirator

/kənˈspɪrətə/ [konn-speh-rah-tur]
noun
A person who takes part in a conspiracy.

Origin
Late Middle English from Old French conspirateur, from Latin conspirator, from conspirat- ‘agreed, plotted’, from the verb conspirare (see conspire).

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He was not so much a conspirator as he was trying to keep the surprise birthday party a secret.

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