- a fellow conspirator; associate or collaborator in a conspiracy.
Origin of co-conspirator
First recorded in 1860–65
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Examples from the Web for co-conspirator
But I could not bear the thought of skater Takahashi being seen by the world as a co-conspirator in our crime.Japan’s Beloved Deaf Composer is Neither Deaf Nor a Composer
February 13, 2014
The difference between Nixon and Holder is that Nixon failed in his effort to treat Sheehan as a co-conspirator.Pentagon Papers Lawyer James Goodale: It’s Time for Eric Holder to Resign
James C. Goodale
May 30, 2013
After an opening DJ set by his Fallon co-conspirator Questlove, Timberlake sauntered out onstage a few minutes past midnight.Justin Timberlake Closes Out SXSW in Style at Myspace Bash
March 17, 2013
My partner John has always been a first reader and co-conspirator on my projects, this one especially.Interview: ‘Heroines’ Author Kate Zambreno
November 23, 2012
Valle also allegedly plotted to kidnap another woman and deliver her to a second co-conspirator for $5,000.Alleged Nanny Killing, ‘Cannibal Cop,’ Present a New York Gone Mad
October 26, 2012
Monty felt that he was a co-conspirator of one who was not likely to be upset by trifles.Under Cover
Roi Cooper Megrue
He was a co-conspirator, and he knew that the money was to be deposited at this place.
The American swung into the saddle, swore at his co-conspirator heartily, and was off.His Unknown Wife
She must suspect it already; and was she not a co-conspirator?Aunt Jane's Nieces in Society
Edith Van Dyne
Miner was a co-conspirator, and yet they wanted somebody to introduce him to Brady.