>Wednesday’s Word: complicit Wat’s it mean?

>Complicit \kum-PLISS-it\ (adjective)

MSWORD’s definition:
Involved in something illegal or wrong.
Ex: It was clear that some of the staff were complicit in the attempt to cover up the scandal.

M-W’s Word Central:
Associating or participating in or as if in a wrongful act (Is it just me, or does this one seem like it’s got too many words?)

My sentence:
Not about to take the rap for his friends, Bob named several people complicit in the crimes.

As the driver of the getaway car, Slash was as complicit in the robbery as those holding the guns.

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1 Response to >Wednesday’s Word: complicit Wat’s it mean?

  1. >Carol,Happy moving and Happy Thanksgiving. I can’t believe you aren’t going to be in Atlanta!!!AT least there’s the blog.Hope your holidays are great.


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