concoct

All Verb Noun
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  • She thought that she could concoct a letter that would move even his heart. Cited from The American Senator, by Anthony Trollope
  • I wish much to see you and to concoct plans for future operations. Cited from Samuel F. B. Morse, His Letters and Journals, by Samuel F. B. Morse
  • She, of course, could concoct some story which they would finally believe. Cited from Felix O'Day, by F. Hopkinson Smith
  • I knew Brown was concocting something, and he soon let out what it was. Cited from A Dweller in Mesopotamia, by Donald Maxwell
  • The two girls concoct a plan to find out why they were separated by their parents.
  • It was concocted between them, he said; not by one more than by another. Cited from The Channings: A Story, by Mrs. Henry Wood
  • This done, one of them proposed to concoct their report at once. Cited from It Is Never Too Late to Mend, by Charles Reade
  • On the other hand it was quite possible that the husband and wife had concocted the letter between them. Cited from What Timmy Did, by Marie Adelaide Belloc Lowndes
  • All the way along she was concocting the further details of the great affair. Cited from A Hungarian Nabob, by Maurus Jokai
  • I can't see how your brilliant mind concocted this whole scheme in almost no time. Cited from Badge of Infamy, by Lester del Rey
  • How she had come to concoct such a name for herself it would be difficult to explain. Cited from Barchester Towers, by Anthony Trollope
  • She felt that her whole story must seem to him an easily concocted, and a merely necessary fiction. Cited from The Wrong Woman, by Charles D. Stewart
  • Did she concoct and set up her own disappearance and how did she get herself involved with the secret society?
  • There isn't any drink concocted yet that could lay me out like that. Cited from Mr. Standfast, by John Buchan
  • The two concocted a plan to make Roger believe he was losing his mind.
  • If necessary I will come home by and by, and concoct the plan of it with you. Cited from A Study Of Hawthorne, by George Parsons Lathrop
  • He has concocted a tale of which I for one do not believe a word. Cited from Mr. Scarborough's Family, by Anthony Trollope
  • They concoct a plan to earn her enough money to purchase the property.
  • I only want to show, my lord, how easily an informer can concoct a scene. Cited from Speeches from the Dock, Part I, by Various
  • You want to gain time so that you can concoct the blackest lies. Cited from Moral, by Ludwig Thoma
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How concoct gets used

Meaning of concoct

  • verb Make a concoction (of) by mixing
  • verb Prepare or cook by mixing ingredients
    concoct a strange mixture