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Tuesday, December 22, 2009

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
1515-1525
Collude derives from Latin colludere, from con-, "together" + ludere, "to play."