Origin of connive
OTHER WORDS FROM connivecon·niv·er, nouncon·niv·ing·ly, adverbun·con·nived, adjectiveun·con·niv·ing, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH conniveconnive , conspire
How to use connive in a sentence
Now, you have to show Bill or lose your reputation as a 'conniver.'The Woodcraft Girls at Camp|Lillian Elizabeth Roy
No man dared contradict or oppose him, lest he should be denounced as a conniver of the plot, and arrested as a traitor.Royalty Restored|J. Fitzgerald Molloy
He is a drinker of strong wines, a conniver at evil for bribes: for a good sum he would teach "a felon"
That man was the most talented conniver at stratagems I ever saw.The Gentle Grafter|O. Henry