noun com·plice \ˈkäm-pləs, ˈkəm-\

Definition of COMPLICE

:  associate

Origin of COMPLICE

Middle English, from Middle French, from Late Latin complic-, complex, from Latin, closely connected, from complicare
First Known Use: 15th century


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