|plot mischief; conspire; confer secretly||collogue|
|(British) package, bundle; group, gang; field, plot of land, yard, batch of commercial goods, bunch, make parcel of something, bundle; divide, partition; wrap, cover, portion, protect rope, something wrapped up||parcel|
|(in filmmaking) board or several boards on which the order of the scenes of the film or play are written, sketches outlining plot||storyboard|
|1960s dance, act like a monkey; imitate a monkey; make mischief, clown around, dupe, mimic, mischievous child, nonhuman primate, pile driver ram, type of agile tree-dwelling mammal of the order Primates (not including humanoid apes, lemurs, or humans);...||monkey|
|abduct, remove secretly; invigorate, enliven, animate, alcoholic drink, alcoholic solution, attitude, disposition, distilled liquid, enthusiasm, group loyalty||spirit|
|abnormal accumulation, break through secretly, get in position to do harm, permeate fluid through a substance, penetrate, pass in or through; cause to permeate, cause pass in or through, something which permeates; something which passes through tissues...||infiltrate|
|acclimate plant or animal, confer citizenship; become a citizen; adapt, adjust; acclimate, acclimatize, explain in natural terms, grant citizenship to, introduce something foreign into general use, make natural||naturalize|
|account of facts, decorate with legendary scenes, factual or fictional narrative, falsehood, floor in building, legend or romance, news report, plot of fiction or drama, rooms on one building level, short fictional prose piece, story line, subject for ...||story|
|act of committing something, appointment as military officer, assign, authority or instruction, authority to act as agent, contract, order; confer rank or authority, empower, authorize, equip ship, fee paid to agent, government group, group with task, ...||commission|
|act of confer knighthood upon, act of investing with a title; act of providing a new soundtrack for a film or tape (often in a different language); adding of new music or other sounds to an existing recording, final soundtrack, process of adding new so...||dubbing|
|act of importing or exporting illegally; act of bringing in or taking out secretly||smuggling|
|act of looking secretly||peeking|
|act of measuring and recording the characteristics of a plot of land; land survey report (often in the form of a map); review, overview; statistical study, act of measuring land, analysis of poll sample, area surveyed, consider something generally, cri...||survey|
|act of omitting something, act of skipping; bounce, spring, jump; act of passing over something, omission, exclusion, be skipper of, deal with cursorily, jump repeatedly over circling rope, leave somewhere secretly, move forward in a series of light ju...||skip|
|act of plotting or scheming; scheme, plot, conspiracy, plot or intrigue, plotting or intrigue||machination|
|act of replacing seeds or vegetation into soil; act of secretly reinserting a spy or surveillance device; reestablishment; act of placing again, act of putting again||replantation|
|act of secretly creeping up on (someone) (Archaic)||obreption|
|act of secretly running away for the purpose of being married||elopement|
|act of thrusting, add a soundtrack in a different language, add sounds to a movie, call, name; confer knighthood upon, invest with a title; strike; poke; thrust; record a new soundtrack for a film or tape (often in a different language); add new music ...||dub|
|act of working for a government as a spy; act of secretly investigating and gathering information about other people; seeing, observing||spying|
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