Scheming



adjective
1.
given to making plans, especially sly and underhand ones; crafty.
noun
1.
a plan, design, or program of action to be followed; project.
2.
an underhand plot; intrigue.
3.
a visionary or impractical project.
4.
a body or system of related doctrines, theories, etc.:
a scheme of philosophy.
5.
any system of correlated things, parts, etc., or the manner of its arrangement.
6.
a plan, program, or policy officially adopted and followed, as by a government or business:
The company’s pension scheme is very successful.
7.
an analytical or tabular statement.
8.
a diagram, map, or the like.
9.
an astrological diagram of the heavens.
verb (used with object), schemed, scheming.
10.
to devise as a scheme; plan; plot; contrive.
verb (used without object), schemed, scheming.
11.
to lay schemes; devise plans; plot.
adjective
1.
given to making plots; cunning
noun
2.
intrigues
noun
1.
a systematic plan for a course of action
2.
a systematic arrangement of correlated parts; system
3.
a secret plot
4.
a visionary or unrealizable project
5.
a chart, diagram, or outline
6.
an astrological diagram giving the aspects of celestial bodies at a particular time
7.
(mainly Brit) a plan formally adopted by a commercial enterprise or governmental body, as for pensions, etc
8.
(mainly Scot) an area of housing that is laid out esp by a local authority; estate
verb
9.
(transitive) to devise a system for
10.
to form intrigues (for) in an underhand manner
see: best-laid plans (schemes)

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