For his complicity Murmelstein has forever been branded a traitor, but for him the decision was a no-brainer.
It was either ISI incompetence or complicity—neither is comforting.
Women in the media were noticeable in their silence and complicity.
1650s, from French complicité, from Old French complice "accomplice, comrade, companion" (14c.), from Late Latin complicem, accusative of complex "partner, confederate," from Latin complicare "to fold together" (see complicate; also cf. accomplice).