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noun: A plot or conspiracy.
verb tr., intr.: To plot or conspire.
From French complot (crowd, plot). Earliest documented use: 1577.
“The complot is obvious. It’s only a matter of smelling out details.”
Lee Williams; Author of Destiny; Livingston Press; 2002.
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