Examples of conspiracy theory in a Sentence
Conspiracy theories sprung up soon after the leader's assassination.
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Ever since bitcoin’s anonymous creation, numerous people have come forward claiming to be Nakamoto; online conspiracy theories and journalistic investigations have fingered one Satoshi after another.
By Paul OffitThis is an informative (and funny) look at why crazy health advice and conspiracy theories are so compelling and sound (but unsexy) science has so much trouble breaking through.
Despite Walker’s affinity for outlandish conspiracy theories, the Spurs clear saw him as a match for their needs.
Previously, conspiracy theories began circulating after Melania stopped appearing in public after an event in early May.
Just ahead of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy in Los Angeles, conspiracy theories still abound.
The clickbait economy has trained readers to recognize shock and surprise as gauges of newsworthiness, and our increasingly surreal political universe has made conspiracy theories seem more plausible.
Since conspiracy theories surfaced about the shooting claiming even victims were played by child actors, Pozner, the father of a 6-year-old who died in the shooting, said his family has been the target of threats and harassment.
Social media became ground zero for conspiracy theories, including one that investigators didn’t want to prosecute anyone in a rich man’s family.
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CONSPIRACY THEORY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of conspiracy theory for English Language Learners
: a theory that explains an event or situation as the result of a secret plan by usually powerful people or groups
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