adjective con·spir·a·tive \kənzˈpirətiv, -nˈsp-\

Definition of conspirative

  1. :  of or having to do with conspiracy or a conspiracy the discovery of possible conspirative codes and ciphers — Joseph Barnes

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Origin and Etymology of conspirative

conspiration + -ive

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a brief usually trivial fact

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