noun, plural com·plic·i·ties.
the state of being an accomplice; partnership or involvement in wrongdoing: complicity in a crime.
Origin of complicity
Synonyms for complicity
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Examples from the Web for non-complicity
Historical Examples of non-complicity
If the slave broke away from his captor, the latter had to swear to his non-complicity in the escape and was then free of blame.
noun plural -ties
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