complot (n.)
plot, conspiracy, covert plan
2H6 III.i.147[Gloucester to King, of his enemies] I know their complot is to have my life
R3 III.i.192[Buckingham to Richard] what shall we do if we perceive / Lord Hastings will not yield to our complots?
R3 III.i.200[Richard to Buckingham] let us sup betimes, that afterwards / We may digest our complots in some form
Tit II.iii.265[Tamora to Saturninus] I bring this fatal writ, / The complot of this timeless tragedy
Tit V.i.65[Aaron to Lucius] I must talk of ... / Complots of mischief
Tit V.ii.147[disguised Tamora to Titus, of herself] Revenge now goes / To lay a complot to betray thy foes
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