Un collusive

collusive

[kuh-loo-siv]
adjective
involving collusion; fraudulently contrived by agreement: a collusive agreement to increase prices.

Origin:
1665–75; collus(ion) + -ive

collusively, adverb
collusiveness, noun
noncollusive, adjective
noncollusively, adverb
noncollusiveness, noun
precollusive, adjective
uncollusive, adjective
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collusive
1670s, from L. collusus, pp. of colludere (see collude) + -ive.
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