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synonyms for collusive

  • conniving
  • tricky
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How to use collusive in a sentence

The prices would remain low for some time but they would tend to work their way back up to the high collusive prices.
PODCAST: HOW PRICING ALGORITHMS LEARN TO COLLUDEANTHONY GREENOCTOBER 27, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
This combination of factors sets the stage perfectly for AI-powered pricing algorithms to adopt collusive pricing strategies, say the authors.
AS ALGORITHMS TAKE OVER MORE OF THE ECONOMY, WE SHOULD CEDE CONTROL (VERY) CAREFULLYEDD GENTDECEMBER 1, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
It could also be helpful to make preventing this kind of collusive behavior the responsibility of the companies deploying them, with stiff penalties for those who don’t keep their algorithms in check.
AS ALGORITHMS TAKE OVER MORE OF THE ECONOMY, WE SHOULD CEDE CONTROL (VERY) CAREFULLYEDD GENTDECEMBER 1, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
Once collusive pricing rules are uncovered, computer scientists need to come up with ways to constrain algorithms from adopting them without sacrificing their clear efficiency benefits.
AS ALGORITHMS TAKE OVER MORE OF THE ECONOMY, WE SHOULD CEDE CONTROL (VERY) CAREFULLYEDD GENTDECEMBER 1, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
In the back-ground are two collusive associates, eagerly dividing the profits of the evening.
THE WORKS OF WILLIAM HOGARTH: IN A SERIES OF ENGRAVINGSJOHN TRUSLER
Justice Johnson intimated—all but formally charged—that the case was collusive.
THE LIFE OF JOHN MARSHALL VOLUME 3 OF 4ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE
Afterwards, it seems, the Archdeacon in a collusive suit allowed judgment to go against himself and his church.
INSULA SANCTORUM ET DOCTORUMJOHN HEALY
It is thus easy for two men to concert a collusive attack which shall succeed either way, and be dishonest both ways.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 54, NO. 334, AUGUST 1843VARIOUS
The only grave imputation on his memory is his connivance, as a Commissioner, at the collusive divorce of Lady Essex.
SIR WALTER RALEGHWILLIAM STEBBING
Mr. Hunt now considered the whole conduct of M'Dougal hollow and collusive.
ASTORIAWASHINGTON IRVING
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