Definition of 'connive'
Example sentences containing 'connive'
It can turn a grown man into a conniving, dishonest person.Christianity Today (2000)
Europe always opts for a quiet life, turning a blind eye to or conniving in corruption on a grand scale on its own doorstep.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The Chinese are accused of conniving in corruption and their very numbers are causing consternation in the mines, oil fields and bank branches where they work.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Definition of connive from the Collins English Dictionary