Examples of plotter in a Sentence
The police caught the plotters of the bank heist.
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Convicted murder-for-hire plotter Dalia Dippolito’s attorneys have filed an appeal seeking a fourth trial for the woman found guilty of hiring a cop posing as a hit man in a scheme to kill her husband.
As anger at white-supremacist violence and a debate over Confederate monuments gripped the United States this past August, a group of plotters met at the Chilean ambassador’s residence in Washington.
The plotters are hanged and Mordechai's good deed is recorded in the Book of Chronicles.
Postwar France was politically unstable; the city churned with Communists, fellow travelers, Gaullist plotters and foreign spies.
Those who criticized my decision to try 9/11 plotters in federal system take note.
Investigators believe the blast occurred as plotters tried to assemble explosives, possibly for use in car bombs that could have been detonated in Barcelona or elsewhere.
Erdogan and his allies regularly accuse political opponents of furthering the agenda of coup plotters, raising concern - and fear - about how broadly the decree will be interpreted.
For those old-fashioned hurricane chart plotters, Hurricane Irma has moved slightly west of a line due south of Miami, National Hurricane Center forecasters said at 3 p.m. Miami sits at the 80.1 line.
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First Known Use of plotter
PLOTTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of plotter for English Language Learners
: a person who secretly plans to do something illegal or harmful : someone who plots something
: a computer program or device that creates a graph or chart from information
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