Definition of 'conniving'
Example sentences containing 'conniving'
`They, after all, initiated the present war with France with their devious conniving over the Ems telegram.ANTI-ICE (2002)
You've been conniving with Susan; you knew all about it; she took her lead from you; she's told me about you and l, ambert.SPLITTING (2002) THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN (2002)
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