The rigged system of redistricting is quietly reaching new lows of collusion and cronyism in states across the country.
Zealous to whitewash herself Ekaterina in collusion with media loyal to the Kremlin attacked the lawyers.
Nevertheless, ugly suspicions persist about possible Pakistani collusion with al Qaeda.
Eventually, the collusion gets too expensive, and the cartel collapses unless it gets support from the government.
LIBOR is the very definition of a rate set by a cabal, ripe for collusion.
He acquitted the Rymers (at whose house the séance was held) of collusion, and spoke very highly of their moral character.
No collusion; all fair and above-board—or, rather, above nose.
Was he now engaged in the act of collusion or treachery, to which every native subject of the King seemed to come sooner or later?
There was of course no collusion with the volunteer assistants.
The hired advocate may calumniate as he will, but he can show no collusion or connivance on your part.