The Clinton and Bush administrations, in cahoots with Congress, pushed deregulation well beyond anything that made sense.
Selling drugs in cahoots with a childhood friend, a disagreement led to manslaughter by gunshot.
No good can come of allowing politicians, in cahoots with ISPs, to tell the public what a “normal” internet should look like.
This is where government and the rich go into cahoots to corner resources.
Mars in cahoots with Neptune allows you to realize fantastically creative endeavors.
Weve also suspected that you have been in cahoots with him, continued the lieutenant in casual tones.
On the other was the simple and perplexing inscription, "cahoots."
And, too, he was in cahoots with Gately, and the last thing he wanted was to lose his patron.
You had to make a fight to keep him so they couldn't say you were in cahoots with me.
An' say, I happen to think them two—Hammond an' Thomas—has been in cahoots fer some time—got an idea they is actually partners.
1829, American English, of unknown origin; said to be perhaps from French cahute "cabin, hut" (12c.), but U.S. sources credit it to French cohorte (see cohort), a word said to have been in use in the U.S. South and West with a sense of "companions, confederates."