Intrigue [noun]

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Instead of a boring story about Beltway romance, Playbook ended up with a boring story about Beltway romance with a splash of media intrigue.

He professed both to abominate and despise all mystery, refinement, and intrigue, either in a prince or a minister.

The king fell in love with her, and his attempted intrigue led to complications that almost caused a war between France and Spain.

Black Hood knew what it was to be a policeman with hands bound by red tape or political intrigue.

However, if you can forget that, the coils of an admirably woven intrigue will grip your attention and sympathy throughout.

It preyed upon her mind, distorting it, unbalancing it; each glance, each movement of his she exaggerated into an intrigue.

Easterns are born with an appetite for intrigue, with a love of walking in hidden ways and creeping along devious paths.

My serious turn and studious habits have preserved me alike from the follies of dissipation and from the bustle of intrigue.

Don't you suspect an intrigue on the part of the King's brothers to get the poor man to abdicate?

He was a poor count, elected partly through intrigue, and his reign was a series of intrigues to maintain himself in power.