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Webster's Dictionary 1828 - Online Edition

Webster's Dictionary 1828

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Conspirator

CONSPIRATOR, noun

1. One who conspires; one who engages in a plot to commit a crime, particularly treason.

2. In law, one who agrees with another falsely and maliciously to indict an innocent person of felony. By the British statute, a conspirator is defined to be one who binds himself by oath, covenant, or other alliance, to assist another falsely and maliciously to indict a person, or falsely to maintain pleas.