English to English meaning of 'connivance'
(law) tacit approval of someone''s wrongdoing
agreement on a secret plot
Synonyms of 'connivance'
complicity, collusion, conspiracy
Examples of 'connivance'
Questionable political connivance
has come a long way, baby. Read Article
<was able to sneak out at night with the connivance
of a camp counselor>
The League had earlier fought for, and won with British connivance
, these separate electorates. Read Article
The activists alleged connivance
by the State machinery in the escalation of violence. Read Article
They also accuse France of acting in connivance
with Qatar. Read Article
The two directors were convicted for their consent, connivance
or neglect in the offences. Read Article