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conspire to secretly agree or plan to perform a crime or other wrongful act with another person or persons. [2/3 definitions]
contemplate to consider seriously as a future action; plan. [1/4 definitions]
Continental Congress the revolutionary assembly, made up of landed representatives of the American colonies, that met between 1774 and 1789 to work out a plan of government and adopted both the Declaration of Independence and the Articles of Confederation.
contrive to plan or devise cleverly or ingeniously. [1/5 definitions]
decorate to design and carry out a plan for the appearance of the interior of (a room or building), including color combinations, furnishings, floorings, and the like. [2/5 definitions]
defender someone who believes in and supports a person, plan, idea, or the like. [1/4 definitions]
derail to cause not to go according to plan. [1/3 definitions]
design a plan or outline showing how something is to be built or carried out. [1/11 definitions]
devise to invent or make (a plan, device, or solution of a problem), esp. by a fresh application of known information; arrange; contrive. [2/3 definitions]
diagram a drawing, plan, or chart that makes clear the parts or workings of something. [1/4 definitions]
draft a drawing, design, or plan of something to be constructed. [1/16 definitions]
dragnet an organized plan or network for finding or apprehending someone, esp. a criminal. [1/2 definitions]
engaged keeping a promise and plan of marriage; betrothed. [1/4 definitions]
engineer to plan, construct, or supervise as an engineer. [1/5 definitions]
estate (chiefly British) a piece of land where the houses or other buildings, often all similar in type, are built together according to a plan; housing development. [1/4 definitions]
execute to make according to a design or plan. [1/4 definitions]
extempore without plan or preparation; impromptu or improvised. [1/3 definitions]
extemporize to make or do without plan or preparation. [1/5 definitions]
foil1 to prevent (a person, plan, enterprise, effort, or the like) from succeeding.
Fourteen Points the provisions of U.S. President Woodrow Wilson's proposed plan for peace in Europe after World War I, first enumerated in a speech to the U.S. Congress in 1918. The 1919 Treaty of Versailles, which officially ended the war, ultimately included only four of the Fourteen Points, including the creation of a League of Nations.
game a strategy or plan. [1/9 definitions]