Assem Hammoud July 2006 plotted to attack PATH trains between New York and New Jersey.
We can now face the 10th anniversary of the attacks knowing that the man who plotted to take down the towers is dead and gone.
As Whitmire and Madden plotted in Texas, the idea was sprouting roots across the country.
In 2002, al Qaeda plotted to bring down the Brooklyn Bridge.
Some government officials even claimed the attack was plotted by Israel as a way to embarrass President Obama.
But when he came to our house, he soon lost all he had; and then we plotted together and left him destitute.
plotted up track and took observations for time and longitude.
Three perjured witnesses swore he had plotted against the king's life, but no proof was forthcoming to support their evidence.
The three practical routes were plotted by means of red lines.
The victorious soldier, however, now plotted against his master and took the lead in a military revolt.
Old English plot "small piece of ground," of unknown origin. Sense of "ground plan," and thus "map, chart" is 1550s; that of "a secret, plan, scheme" is 1580s, probably by accidental similarity to complot, from Old French complot "combined plan," of unknown origin, perhaps a back-formation from compeloter "to roll into a ball," from pelote "ball." Meaning "set of events in a story" is from 1640s. Plot-line (n.) attested from 1957.
1580s, "to lay plans for" (usually with evil intent); 1590s in the literal sense of "to make a map or diagram," from plot (n.). Related: Plotted; plotter; plotting.
The organization of events in a work of fiction.