prospiracy n. a secret plan by a group to do something beneficial. Editorial Note: Rather than originating with a single instance or person, this word is regularly re-coined as the antonym of “conspiracy.” (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  1. Thank you for printing the article of the Sydney Morning Herald by Dr W.S. Ramson , Editor of Australian National Dictionary ,on 11th March , 1989 re the new words :
    Prospiracy and Prospirator and Prospire .
    I am hopeful these new words will have future merit if used , globally !

    Stuart Hansman
    Cronulla , NSW ,
    27th may 2007

    Originator of these three new words
    in 1989

  2. If you’d read more carefully, you’d see there is an 1897 citation for the word “prospiracy.” You could only be said to be a re-originator of the word.

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