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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

Having collaboration, abetment, or collusion (with respect to a crime)

Usage examples (25)
  • This lie of the complacent and complicit is the latter.
  • How complicit is she in alienating Blondie from the family?
  • U.S. troops are described as complicit in other crimes listed in the leaked documents.
  • Ask yourself: How can a Congress that broke a 50-year record on fighting the President's agenda be called complicit? for more
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