Yes, and this one hand, which will always be mine, is the hand of my accomplice.
But everything goes wrong right from the start with one accomplice running out the door, unable to go through with it.
Similarly, Mike Rogers has suggested Snowden probably had an accomplice in the NSA giving him information.
It drags you down to their level and makes you an accomplice to their crimes.
It has become an accomplice to diamond laundering—whereby dirty diamonds are mixed in with clean gems.
His constant run of good fortune was the accomplice of his immorality.
The cornet hesitated for a little, and then told his uncle the name of his accomplice.
Returning to his seat, the accomplice is called into the room and handed the sheet of paper.
The first wife who bore my name was my accomplice, the second was a poisoner.
They were there to arrest him, for killing one of their comrades on the night before, or being an accomplice in the act!
1580s (earlier complice, late 15c.), from Old French complice "a confederate," from Late Latin complicem (nominative complex) "partner, confederate," from Latin complicare "fold together" (see complicate). With parasitic a- on model of accomplish, etc., or perhaps by assimilation of indefinite article in phrase a complice.