co-conspirator

[koh-kuhn-spir-uh-ter]
noun
a fellow conspirator; associate or collaborator in a conspiracy.
Also, coconspirator.


Origin:
1860–65

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Since someone had to tell him of the danger, there is a co-conspirator.
As the co-conspirator was initially leaving, several shots were fired at his vehicle.
In fact, he did see his co-conspirator use the firearm to beat another coconspirator for failure to pay a drug debt.
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