Someone who is part of a plan to rob a bank is an example of a conspirator.
Origin of conspiratorMiddle English conspiratour ; from Old French ; from Medieval Latin conspirator ; from past participle of Classical Latin conspirare: see conspire
- One of a group that acts in harmony
- Part of a group that agree to do an unlawful or unethical act.
- The conspirators were rounded up by the police and arrested.
conspirator - Legal Definition