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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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  • 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

  • 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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