Noun(1) a crafty and involved plot to achieve your (usually sinister(2) a clandestine love affair
Verb(1) cause to be interested or curious(2) form intrigues (for
(1) It is a stirring, brutal tale of conspiracy and intrigue , treachery and dissent, the overthrow of a hapless leader named Duncan.(2) the cabinet was a nest of intrigue(3) Obviously these questions intrigue me as I have been on both ends of the equation.(4) A tale of murder, bribery, betrayal and intrigue follows as the plot gathers pace and Solomon races to towards the finish line.(5) In a country ruled largely by man, not law, succession creates rare opportunities for political intrigue and policy change.(6) Nothing reveals this more clearly than the sequence where Fred glides toward the darkness of a hallway with such intensity, fascination, intrigue and obsession.(7) Four members of the family are remembered for their scheming and intrigue , including murder by poison.(8) I like a bit of substance and depth to my characters, plot and general intrigue .(9) The normally staid boardrooms of the country's big car makers have been rocked by allegations of bribery and sexual intrigue .(10) He also discovers a nest of intrigue , decadence and a heathen willingness to murder people very casually if they get in your way.(11) The plot and intrigue don't come from a script, but from careful editing and control of the set.(12) There's no political intrigue , no plot twists and a near-total lack of cutscenes.(13) This movie has it all: romance, mystery, intrigue , danger, and who can forget the airplane cutouts and midget mechanics.(14) At the moment, Shanghai is still seen by foreigners as a place of intrigue and mystery where they can experience a taste of Eastern life.(15) It was, according to Balzac, a world in which talent counted for nothing, and bribery, intrigue and unscrupulousness were the key factors in success.(16) He needed somebody to trust in this morass of intrigue and double meaning that was called the royal court.
(1) intrigue :: cynllwynio
1. secret plan ::
3. machination ::
4. interest ::
5. connive ::
6. fascinate ::
Different Formsintrigue, intrigued, intrigues, intriguing
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