Accomplice

Word ACCOMPLICE
Character 10
Hyphenation ac com plice
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Definitions and meanings of "Accomplice"

What do we mean by accomplice?

One who participates in the commission of a crime without being the principal actor. noun

A partner or coöperator: not in a bad sense. noun

More commonly An associate in a crime; a partner or partaker in guilt. noun

Sometimes used with to before a thing. noun

Synonyms Abetter, accessory (see the definitions of these words), coadjutor, assistant, ally, confederate, associate. noun

A cooperator. noun

An associate in the commission of a crime; a participator in an offense, whether a principal or an accessory. noun

A cooperator. noun

An associate in the commission of a crime; a participator in an offense, whether a principal or an accessory. noun

A person who joins with another in carrying out some plan (especially an unethical or illegal plan) noun

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word accomplice. Define accomplice, accomplice synonyms, accomplice pronunciation, accomplice translation, English dictionary definition of accomplice.

1. Someone who works with another to get something done. A person who helps another carry out some plan...Usually bad. 2. Partner in Crime Urban Dictionary

The TOP ranking of any kind of friendship. If you are titled accomplice, then you should be honored, and proud that you are that good of a friend. Urban Dictionary

A universal accomplice is an individual that helps demolish internal and external ablest beliefs systems. They promote self-reliance and interdependence consciously. Urban Dictionary

Someone compliant with a kid that shoots up a school, even if they didn't pull the trigger. Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Accomplice

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The word "accomplice" in example sentences

What your really trying to accomplice is to scare others off that might be interested in finding out more about us. ❋ Unknown (2006)

I reckon anyone who can hide in a drawer without the aid of an accomplice is so ingenious they deserve not to be caught. ❋ Inspector Gadget (2008)

I believe that the Bush Administration failed to respond to serious threats against our nation, and are responsible in the way that an accomplice is guilty for the crimes he or she allowed to happen. ❋ Unknown (2006)

Some speculate that side kicks, two words, was a phrase derived from the outside pockets of an overcoat; in underworld slang, it referred to an accomplice. ❋ William Safire (2004)

But the Digger becomes a far more sinister threat when his accomplice is killed in a freak accident while en route to the money drop. ❋ Unknown (1999)

If, therefore, the testimony of an accomplice is necessary, he should not be tried jointly with those against whom he is expected to testify. ❋ Unknown (1951)

Your accomplice is a flaming skull with the ability to transform into anything from a shotgun to a motorbike. ❋ Unknown (2011)

My accomplice is a woman and is far from the "kamikaze messenger" type, though she is accustomed to riding a bike with drop bars. ❋ BikeSnobNYC (2009)

Which would also explain the shot of your so-called accomplice yesterday. ❋ BikeSnobNYC (2009)

Kellagh had called an accomplice working security on the ferries to have a trunk filled with weapons deposited belowdecks on the ferry. ❋ Robert K. Tanenbaum (2007)

Jeffs is accused of rape, as an -- as an accomplice, that is. ❋ Unknown (2006)

I said, if you ` ve got the person you ` re describing as the accomplice and if Desmond Turner is, indeed, inside and you capture him, is that it? ❋ Unknown (2006)

SHERIFF KIRK SMITH, WASHINGTON COUNTY: Well, Nancy, my understanding is he has been charged in Utah with two counts of first degree rape as an accomplice, which is aiding and abetting and performing the marriages. ❋ Unknown (2006)

And her accomplice is a DA who would have never been elected if he had not greased up and bent over for the Black poverty pimps. ❋ Unknown (2006)

He had guns and he had a radio to call his accomplice and work out some escape plan. ❋ Deaver, Jeffery (1995)

But what so shocking, so outrageous, was that his accomplice should be the Duke of Buckingham. ❋ Plaidy, Jean, 1906-1993- (1990)

My accomplice helped me out [when I] needed a [favor]. ❋ AZ.. (2008)

[Sophia]: Hey, [I want you] to be my [accomplice] Me: OH MY GOOOSSSHHHH ❋ Sophiasaccomplice (2016)

When people are [aware] of other individuals needs and take action to [support] them they can be called an [universal accomplice] . ❋ The Brassknucklebeauty (2021)

[The instigator] was [accomplice] of the shooter if he/she convinced the kid to go and shoot up a school, that makes [the instigator] an accessory to murder. Perhaps being an instigator should be a little bit less fun and glamourized the way it is in songs, but it's unlikely that people will start thinking of it as an irredeemable quality in someone any time soon. ❋ The Original Agahnim (2022)

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