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cahoot

noun ca·hoot \kə-ˈhüt\

Definition of CAHOOT

:  partnership, league —usually used in plural <they're in cahoots>

Origin of CAHOOT

perhaps from French cahute cabin, hut
First Known Use: 1829
CAHOOT Defined for Kids

cahoot

noun ca·hoot \kə-ˈhüt\

Definition of CAHOOT for Kids

:  a secret partnership —usually used in pl. <They were in cahoots with the thieves.>

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