Connive with

Connive with :

CONNIVE - (verb)

Connive with : (phrasal verb)

Meanings :

To work together secretly for some wrong or illegal purpose (or) to conspire

Example Sentences :

1. The two sons connived with each other to cheat their father's property.

2. The student tried to connive with his friend to cheat in the final examination.

3. His opponents connived with each other to defeat his proposals.

4. My friends wanted to connive with each other to kill our enemy.

5. Our suspect that our friends connive with each other to send us out of this college is not true.

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