complicit


com·plic·it

adjective \kəm-ˈpli-sət\

: helping to commit a crime or do wrong in some way

Full Definition of COMPLICIT

:  having complicity

First Known Use of COMPLICIT

1928

Rhymes with COMPLICIT

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