connive

Crime vs Connive - What's the difference?

crime | connive |


As verbs the difference between crime and connive

is that crime is to commit (s) while connive is to cooperate with others secretly in order to commit a crime; to collude.

As a noun crime

is (countable) a specific act committed in violation of the law.

Cooperate vs Connive - What's the difference?

cooperate | connive |


As verbs the difference between cooperate and connive

is that cooperate is to work or act together, especially for a common purpose or benefit while connive is to cooperate with others secretly in order to commit a crime; to collude.

Connive vs Conspire - What's the difference?

connive | conspire |


As verbs the difference between connive and conspire

is that connive is to cooperate with others secretly in order to commit a crime; to collude while conspire is to secretly plot or make plans together, often used regarding something bad or illegal.

What is the difference between connive and abet?

connive | abet | Synonyms |

Connive is a synonym of abet.


As verbs the difference between connive and abet

is that connive is to cooperate with others secretly in order to commit a crime; to collude while abet is {{context|obsolete|transitive|lang=en}} to urge on, stimulate (a person to do something) desirable {{defdate|attested from around (1350 to 1470) (1390) until the early 17th century}}{{reference-book | last = dobbie | first = elliott k | coauthors = dunmore, c william, et al | editor = barnhart, robert k| title = chambers dictionary of etymology | origyear = 1998 | year = 2004 | publisher = chambers harrap publishers ltd | location = edinburgh, scotland | isbn =0550142304 | pages = 6}}.

As a noun abet is

{{context|obsolete|lang=en}} fraud or cunning {{defdate|first attested from 1150 to 1350}}.

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