Examples of conspiratorial in a Sentence
She gave me a conspiratorial smile across the table.
His voice became low and conspiratorial.
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But these stories at least take kernels of truth—the Obama administration’s mishandling of its intervention in Libya, the troubles in the individual health care market—and blow them up to conspiratorial proportions.
The president often reads or retweets comments from conspiratorial alt-right websites and blogs.
What lent his claim a more than conspiratorial edge was the murder of Chris Msando, the acting head of technology at the IEBC.
The three-star general has recently been ousting some of the more conspiratorial-minded holdovers from Mike Flynn’s short tenure as national-security adviser.
With every conspiratorial flare-up, we are forced to relive Seth’s murder and a small piece of us dies as more of Seth’s memory is torn away from us.
Unlike the economic populism that has a long history in America, the authoritarian populist makes xenophobic and conspiratorial claims that go beyond anti-elitism.
National Review, of course, played a major role in establishing a clear distinction in the early 1960s between conservatives and the conspiratorial right-wingers of the John Birch Society.
Written by Pierre de Marivaux (1688-1763), the play is one of those romantic intrigues involving charming paramours, scheming servants and much bustling in and out of rooms amid conspiratorial conversations.
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