collusive definition

  • adjective:
    • performing in key to accomplish a fraudulent, unlawful, or deceitful objective.
    • secretly acting collectively for a fraudulent or illegal purpose
    • described as collusion; done or in the offing in collusion.
    • Acting in collusion.
    • acting collectively in key toward a fraudulent or unlawful end
    • performing in key to achieve a fraudulent, unlawful, or deceitful objective.
    • secretly acting collectively for a fraudulent or unlawful purpose
    • described as collusion; done or prepared in collusion.
    • Acting in collusion.
    • acting together in key toward a fraudulent or unlawful end
  • others:
    • Fraudulently concerted or secretly entered into between several: since, a collusive arrangement. See collusion, 2.
    • performing in collusion.
    • Fraudulently concerted or secretly entered into between two or more: since, a collusive arrangement. See collusion, 2.
    • Acting in collusion.

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