connive


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Synonyms for connive

connive at something

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Synonyms for connive

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

connive at: to pretend not to see

Synonyms for connive

encourage or assent to illegally or criminally

form intrigues (for) in an underhand manner

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See them gaily avoiding tax, connive with tabloid hacks, make bubbles with company shares.
While announcing the sack, Governor Oshiomhole expressed regrets that engineers attached to the state Ministry of Works connive with contractors to cheat the state and vowed that the government will sack any government engineer found wanting.
Criminal offences have been committed and there should be no hiding place for the guilty parties nor those who connive to cover things up on their behalf and on behalf of the Church as an institution rotten to the core.
Criminal offences have been committed here, and there should be no hiding place for the guilty parties, nor those who connive to cover things up on their behalf and on behalf of the Church as an institution rotten to the core.
She will happily see the nation of Wales reduced to the status of a region and will connive with the Spanish Right when it is felt that this will best serve New Labour's electoral interests.