Not to neglect our colleagues and co-conspirators on the project: the geophysics team.
Another chilling reminder are the prison hoods and shackles worn by the imprisoned conspirators.
He was convicted solely on the testimony of co-conspirators who were now cooperating with the government.
To top it off they dismiss any contrary opinions as originating from conspirators or their dupes.
Oh, yes of course, for the conspirators who want to make us believe that anthropomorphic climate change exists.
But the people rescued him the next day, and banished the conspirators.
The centuries are conspirators against the sanity and majesty of the soul.
As conspiracies are by their nature secret, prosecutors often rely on the testimony of co-operating conspirators.
The logistics would be impossible, and someone out of several million participating conspirators would have to talk by now.
Nine other co-conspirators have been charged to date.
Word Origin and History for conspirators
1413, conspyratour, from Fr. conspirateur, from L. conspiratorem, noun of action from conspirare (see conspire). Fem. form conspiratress is from mid-18c. Related: Conspiratorial (1855); conspiratorially (1912); conspiratory (adj., 1801).