connive[ kuh-nahyv ]SEE DEFINITION OF connive
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONNIVE
The method by which he got the allies to connive at his doings was twofold.
They have invented a god of their own who will connive at sin.
Large sums of money were ready to bribe the turnkey to connive at an escape.
You must not expect an official to connive at an open breach of the ordinances.
It cannot be allowed that Joshua, Samuel, or Ezra, could connive at such a deception.
It is a dangerous experiment to encourage or connive at misconceptions in a point like this.
To connive at the perpetuation of slavery is to disobey the commands of Heaven.
Then why did you invent—or connive at the invention of—this story?
But while you bear with his faults, you must not connive at them.
She was afraid to leave her lest she connive with Stowe Webb at some escapade.