Noun(1) the southern states that seceded from the United States in 1861(2) a union of political organizations(3) a group of conspirators banded together to achieve some harmful or illegal purpose(4) a secret agreement between two or more people to perform an unlawful act
(1) The problem for natural individuals, Hobbes wrote, is that ├ö├ç├┐the weakest has strength enough to kill the strongest, either by secret machination, or by confederacy with others.├ö├ç├û(2) The co-chair called for a five-minute break so each region could consult and decide who would be the voting delegates for the confederacy and who would not.(3) the Italian confederacy known as the Lombard League(4) This description was appropriate for a man who made his fortune trading with the native Indians in the Mohawk valley and the nations of the Iroquois confederacy .(5) Estrella had never heard any of these words before, and she hadn't the slightest idea of what a federation or a confederacy was.(6) For this has been the year of my initiation into what I'm discovering only now is an elite club, a secret society, an unofficial confederacy the existence of which I was up till now blithely unaware.(7) the Yakuza is a secret confederacy of criminal fraternities(8) The question then becomes: What was this confederacy of dunces doing to earn its massive paydays?(9) Caught between old allegiances to the empire, on the one hand, and patriot neighbours, on the other, the confederacy splintered.(10) The Indonesian Government, and the Indonesian Military, are not monolithic organisations, each is composed of power blocks: more a loose confederacy of power bases controlled by different ruling families.(11) Rapidly evolving technology and the independent decisions of members of the department confederacy assure that enterprise-wide interoperability will not occur soon.(12) They were actually not so much a nation as a confederacy that welcomed new member tribes, even those of a different linguistic and cultural background.(13) His uncle, who had shaped his career, was the foreign intelligence chief for the confederacy , during the Civil War - a man of traitorous inclinations, shall we say?(14) The Wampanoag were members of a widespread confederacy of Algonkian-speaking peoples known as the League of the Delaware.(15) At any rate, this argument is only partially true since the republic set up by the Iroquois confederacy predates Canadian confederation.(16) The constitution was expected by the hopeful to settle the issue between confederacy and federation.
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