Complicit ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Complicit ( adjective )

Involved with others in an illegal activity or wrongdoing.

Origin:

Early 18th century: from latin complicit- "associated in a crime", from the verb complicare, from com- "together" + plicare "to fold".

Examples:

  1. He was complicit in the fraud.
  2. It is alleged that the bank was complicit in money laundering.
  3. The government was complicit in human rights abuses.
  4. He was complicit in the cover-up of the scandal.
  5. She was complicit in the scheme to defraud investors.

(As a noun)

Complicit ( noun )

Involved with others in an illegal activity or wrongdoing.

Origin:

Early 18th century: from latin complicit- "associated in a crime", from the verb complicare, from com- "together" + plicare "to fold".

Examples:

  1. He was complicit in the fraud.
  2. It is alleged that the bank was complicit in money laundering.
  3. The government was complicit in human rights abuses.
  4. He was complicit in the cover-up of the scandal.
  5. She was complicit in the scheme to defraud investors.
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