collude


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Synonyms for collude

to work out a secret plan to achieve an evil or illegal end

Synonyms for collude

act in unison or agreement and in secret towards a deceitful or illegal purpose

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Incentives to free ride may be particularly difficult to overcome in rent seeking or rent shrinking contests, since nearly all firms must collude before there are positive gains to the collusive coalition.
Department of Transportation, Office of the Inspector General, Office of Investigation, announced that WILLIAM COWHIG, age 65, of 14 Silverbridge Road, Topsfield, Massachusetts, and LUIGI IULIANO, age 46, of 9 Seneca Road, Winchester, Massachusetts, were indicted today and charged with conspiring to collude and fix prices, mail fraud, and witness tampering in connection with six contracts for aggregate products.
Department of Transportation, Office of the Inspector General, Office of Investigation, announced that WILLIAM COWHIG, age 65, of 14 Silverbridge Road, Topsfield, Massachusetts, and LUIGI IULIANO, age 46, of 9 Seneca Road, Winchester, Massachusetts, were arrested yesterday on a criminal complaint charging them with conspiracy to collude and fix prices with respect to six contracts seeking aggregate products, mail fraud, and witness tampering.
Since the state lottery drawing is broadcast from his station, and Russ is already having sex with Kudrow's talentless but alluring lotto ball girl Crystal, why not collude with her to rig the game and win a cool couple million.
If this proposal is given the go-ahead BA and AA will collude to use their dominant position to destroy competition, raise prices and reduce service.
Too many parents collude with truancy and condemn their children to a pattern of crime.
A further question: Will women collude in being scapegoated as they are now by the politics of hate that is the mask for the economics of greed?
But as mother and son collude to cash in on the uproar, more evidence bubbles up through Russell's medicinally induced flashbacks that Diane's maternal instincts weren't always so, well, motherly.
Players can do things like collude with other players or mortgage off a team to pay off debts.
Labour MP Joan Ruddock, co-ordinating the UK Women's Link with Afghan Women group, said: "The Taliban made women invisible - we mustn't collude in their continuing invisibility.
The general theme of the article is that GM colludes with the government, and then uses advantages gained there-from to ship plants and jobs overseas.
Our movement colludes in the distortion when it projects a white middle-class image.
The firm was punished for three incidents of 'cover-pricing' - where a builder who wants to stay on good terms with a client, but does not want a particular job, colludes with another bidder to gain a price for the contract that is too high to win the work.
In the film about a mother looking for her missing daughter aboard a plane, a flight attendant colludes with an air marshal as part of a plot to extort a ransom from the airline.
It is suffocated with spiritualism, many of its practices are "acts of blasphemy," and it "blindly colludes with the oppressive society of which it is a part.