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The example sentences of CONSPIRE WITH in videos (1 in total of 1)

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Use "conspire with" in a sentence | "conspire with" example sentences

How to use "conspire with" in a sentence?

  • Nature is made to conspire with spirit to emancipate us.
    -Ralph Waldo Emerson-

English idiom

What does "conspire with" mean?
"conspire with" is an English idiom. Meaning "To plot or scheme with one."

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A widely held belief on which most people act. For example, . This term was ...

A widely held belief on which most people act. For example, . This term was invented by John Kenneth Galbraith, who used it in (1958) to describe economic ideas that are familiar, predictable, and therefore accepted by the general public. Today it is used in any context where public opinion has considerable influence on the course of events.

in support of

giving assistance to.

giving assistance to.

clearance sale

A retail sale characterized by very steep discounts in order to eliminate it ...

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The magical shoes that Dorothy wears in .

The magical shoes that Dorothy wears in .

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A change in leadership at an organization

A change in leadership at an organization