collusion

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLLUSION

Napier thought there was some collusion between the juggler and his retainer.

Will it be said that there was any collusion between St. Paul and the Pythoness?

Chevrial and the Germans could not be in collusion—such an alliance was unthinkable.

Seek the Emperor at once before coming to me, or he may suspect us to be in collusion.

You did that very slyly, Rufus, but if they see you, there'll be all sorts of suspicion about collusion.

Conjurors retained their repute by much knavery and collusion with others.

No collusion; all fair and above-board—or, rather, above nose.

Gabriel Chestermarke certainly—with, no doubt, Joseph in collusion.

There was of course no collusion with the volunteer assistants.

If I had not fallen so soft, I don't know what might have been the consequence of the collusion.

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