Also adding to the intrigue late last year was a very sudden change in the rules of succession.
The man at the center of this web of intrigue is Saif Gaddafi, the shaven-headed son of the Libyan dictator.
Hanford offers everything a storyteller could want,” said the narrator, including “intrigue” and “patriotism.
India really does intrigue against Pakistan in the same way Pakistan plots against India.
Adding to the intrigue, the Serbian government was tight-lipped about the circumstances of his capture.
In an intrigue based on such lines Miguel Figuero was an adept.
Like an ancient Greek, his spirit loved intrigue for intrigue's sake.
There is an exaggerated forceful woman, the Vicomtesse de Fourchamps, who plays a sustained but obscure part in the intrigue.
What was that story about his intrigue with a married lady—Lady who was it?
This pale lady with the raven ringlets carried on an intrigue with a handsome page.
1610s, "to trick, deceive, cheat" (earlier entriken, late 14c.), from French intriguer (16c.), from Italian intrigare "to plot, meddle," from Latin intricare "entangle" (see intricate). Meaning "to plot or scheme" first recorded 1714; that of "to excite curiosity" is from 1894. Related: Intrigued; intriguing (1680s, "plotting, scheming;" meaning "exciting curiosity" is from 1909).
1640s, probably from intrigue (v.).