Definition of "connive"
  1. The act of knowingly accepting and silently endorsing another person's wrongdoing without any resistance
How to use "connive" in a sentence
  1. The management's decision to connive at the forgery has led to a major scandal in the organization.
  2. She's certain to face charges as she seemed to connive in her partner's fraudulent activities.
  3. Without sufficient evidence, it's hard to prove that the accused chose to connive at the fraudulent transactions.

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