Word of the Day
Thursday, June 28, 2007

Definitions for collude

  1. To act in concert; to conspire; to plot.

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Citations for collude
More perniciously still, well-heeled contributors and interest groups that seek political power routinely collude with needy office-seekers to find new paths around the hollow contribution limits. Max Frankel, New York Times Magazine
Jane reflexively accommodates my fears and desires, as I do hers; together, man and wife, we collude in a mutual conspiracy to shelter and protect one another from our own and each other's inevitable and final abandonment. Donald Antrim, The Verificationist
Origin of collude
Collude derives from Latin colludere, from con-, "together" + ludere, "to play."