- in partnership; in league.
- in conspiracy: in cahoots with the enemy.
Origin of cahoot
Examples from the Web for cahoots
Selling drugs in cahoots with a childhood friend, a disagreement led to manslaughter by gunshot.If Gun Violence Is A Disease, These People Might Just Be The Cure|Moral Courage|April 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He plays Dominic Badguy, who is in cahoots with Constantine, the evil frog.Exclusive: Kermit the Frog Grills Miss Piggy About ‘Muppets Most Wanted,’ Dating, and Hollywood|Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy|March 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
No good can come of allowing politicians, in cahoots with ISPs, to tell the public what a “normal” internet should look like.
“The court and the taxation bureau are in cahoots,” Pu told The Daily Beast.Ai Weiwei, Tax Evasion Appeal Rejected, But I ‘Morally’ Won the Case|Dan Levin|July 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Mars in cahoots with Neptune allows you to realize fantastically creative endeavors.
You had to make a fight to keep him so they couldn't say you were in cahoots with me.Oh, You Tex!|William Macleod Raine
But if something is fishy about the mate too, then perhaps he's in cahoots with her.The Jewels of Aptor|Samuel R. Delany
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.Lightnin'|Frank Bacon
Now Lewis says these men pack to an' fro from Elgeria, an' he has a hunch they're in cahoots with Smith, who runs a place there.The Mysterious Rider|Zane Grey
And, too, he was in cahoots with Gately, and the last thing he wanted was to lose his patron.The Man Who Fell Through the Earth|Carolyn Wells
pl n (sometimes singular) informal
Word Origin for cahoots
see under in league with.