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Inf. buddy, Si. cully, Si. Siamese twin.
-v. 3. associate with, keep company with, hang out
or around with, go around with, Inf. pal around with; fraternize, mingle with, mix with; couple with, pair off with.
4. agree, harmonize, blend, adapt, accommodate; correspond, jibe, tally,

conspicuous, adj. 1. observable, recognizable, discernible, perceptible, distinguishable; defined, distinct, well-defined, well-marked; visible, vivid, graphic; unhidden, undisguised, unconcealed, unmistakable; unveiled, uncurtained, unshrouded, unscreened.
2. evident, plain, plain as day, plain as the nose on one's face, obvious, palpable, manifest, apparent; explicit, clear-cut, patent, express; pronounced, prominent, marked; unequivocal, unquestionable, incontrovertible.
3. blatant, obtrusive, flagrant, glaring, egregious; overt, bold, bald, baldfaced.
4. garish, gaudy, tawdry, loud, lurid, screaming; vulgar, coarse, tasteless, crass; showy, ostentatious.
5. striking, impressive, imposing, majestic, grand, august, stately, dignified; awesome, awe-inspiring, lofty, wondrous, marvelous, prodigious; distinguished, eminent, famous, famed, well-known, renowned; illustrious, glorious, brilliant, radiant, lustrous.

conspiracy, n. 1. collusion, connivance, Law. covin; machination, manipulation, maneuvering, engineering, wire-pulling, foul play, sharp practice.
2. plot, complot, scheme,
Inf. racket, Inf. little game; artifice, contrivance, stratagem, design, Inf. frame-up.
3. cabal, camarilla, junta, clique, secret society; coalition, alliance, confederacy.
4. concurrence, accord, agreement; collaboration, cooperation, coaction, affiliation; unification, combination,
Si. hookup, Sl. tie-in.

conspirator, n. confederate, collaborator, collaborationist, colluder, abettor, accomplice; cabalist, schemer, plotter, intriguer, conspirer, conniver; operator, machinator, engineer,//!/, finagler,Inf. wirepuller.

conspire, v. 1. plot, complot, scheme, intrigue, cabal, be up to something or no good, Dial, collogue; machinate, maneuver, engineer, rig, operate, Inf. frame.
2. collaborate, cooperate, collude, concur, coact,
Sl. play footsie with, Sl. be in cahoots with, Sl. be in bed with; unite, combine, join, join hands or forces, gang up on [s.o.], Inf. hitch horses,

constancy, n. 1. faithfulness, fidelity, fealty, devotion, devotedness, abidingness, attachment, allegiance, loyalty; ardor, zeal, eagerness, earnestness; trustiness, trustworthiness, dependability, reliability; truthfulness, honesty, integrity, honor, principle.
2. steadfastness, steadiness, resolution, resoluteness, firmness, determination, decisiveness, purposiveness; perseverance, tenacity,
Inf. stick-to-it-iveness; application, adherence, industry, diligence; fortitude, backbone, grit, mettle, pluck, Inf. sand; obstinateness, obstinacy, doggedness, stubbornness, Inf. cussedness, inflexibility, intransigence, obdurateness, contumacy, contumaciousness.
3. uniformity, regularity, similarity, sameness, invariableness; stability, permanence, fixedness; immutability, unchangeableness, unchangingness, incorruptibility, irreversibility.

constant, adj. 1. uniform, regular, even, same, identical, systematic, methodical, invariable, fixed; firm, fast, solid, steady, stable; permanent, abiding, enduring; immutable, unalterable, incommutable, unchanging, changeless, unchangeable, irreversible.

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