Conspire

Happiness can always be found in projects that use a favorite word such as “conspire.” Pete Caputa mentioned our conspirations. The people I share office space with and I have a newish website in the works for our space: The Conspiratory.

When I use the word (and variations of) conspire, I like the second definition that’s noted at dictionary.com since (of course) none of my conspiring activities are illegal or wrongful. ;)

  1. To plan together secretly to commit an illegal or wrongful act or accomplish a legal purpose through illegal action.
  2. To join or act together; combine: “Semisweet chocolate, cocoa powder, espresso, Cognac, and vanilla all conspire to intensify [the cake’s] flavor” (Sally Schneider)

Author: Sooz

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