Definition of Connived

1. Verb. (past of connive) ¹



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Definition of Connived

1. connive [v] - See also: connive

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Connived

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connexus
connexus intertendineus
conning
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conniption
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conniptions
connivance
connivances
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connive
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connived (current term)
connivencies
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connixation
connixations
connodal

Literary usage of Connived

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1. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"Henry now connived at, if he did not actually originate, a plan for the assassination of Beaton, in which George Wishart, a conspicuous Protestant preacher, ..."

2. The Annals of Tennessee to the End of the Eighteenth Century: Comprising Its by James Gettys McGready Ramsey (1853)
"They stood around the court yard in approving silence, witnessed and connived at the rescue, and discountenanced pursuit. The capture and brief expatriation ..."

3. A General History of the Baptist Denomination in America, and Other Parts of by David Benedict (1813)
"... others denied it, some believed more, others less, but all were obliged to act with caution, for though they were generally connived at ..."

4. The History of the Church of Christ: Intended as a Continuation of the Work by John Scott, Joseph Milner, Isaac Milner (1828)
"... had the horrid spectacle of his murdered friend presented to his sight! The murderers were presently pursued, and connived were taken at ..."

5. Wrongs and Their Remedies: A Treatise on the Law of Torts by Charles Greenstreet Addison, Francis Stafford Pipe Wolferstan, James M. Dudley, Edwin Baylies (1876)
"... him a co-respondent(6), or the husband has connived at the adultery(e), may order the husband to bear his own costs. But, where the Court of Appeal has ..."

6. Memoirs of Marmontel, Written by Himself: Containing His Literary and by Jean Fran├žois Marmontel (1807)
"Le Noir, the minister of police, was dismissed on suspicion of having connived with the authors of the plot. It is certain that the pillage of the bakers' ..."

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