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Word: accomplice

Definition: partner in crime


Sentences Containing 'accomplice'

asked the abbe;``if not, you were an accomplice.''
``Which makes him your accomplice to all intents and purposes.
``You would call acting generously, knowing your conspiracy and not informing against you, that is what I should call becoming your accomplice.
This man is still your friend, and you, perhaps, make use of him as your accomplice.''
``And you think that to save such villains as you I will become an abettor of their plot, an accomplice in their crimes?''
I am willing to help rebuild your fortune, but I will not be an accomplice in the ruin of others.''
``You remember,''said the count, during the most profound silence,``that the unhappy wretch who came to rob me died at my house; the supposition is that he was stabbed by his accomplice, on attempting to leave it.''
``Another rascal like himself, perhaps his accomplice.''
You, of course, saw that everyone in the street was an accomplice.
The method was no doubt suggested to Clay's ingenious mind by the colour of his accomplice's hair.

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