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Complicity
accomplice in a crime
Com
together
plicare
to fold
deploy
to station systematically over an area
dis
indicating reversal
explicate
to explain, make clear
ex
out
implicate
to involve or connect incriminatingly
in
in
implicit
implied or understood although not expressed
inexplicable
incapable of being explained
ex
out
plight
a situation of difficulty
plit
fold; condition
replica
a coy or reproduction a work of art
re
back
replicate
to duplicate, copy, repeat
supple
readily bent
sub
under
aspersion
a damaging or false statement
ad
toward
spargere
to strew
deprecate
to express disapproval of
de
against
precari
to pray
deride
to laugh at in scorn. mock
de
DOWN
RIDERE
TO LAUGH
execrable
extremely inferior
ostracize
to banish or exclude from a group
ostrakon
a pottery fragment
rebuke
to criticize or reprimand sharply and sternly
scurrilous
using or expressed in vulgar and abusive language
scurrilis
jeering
spurn
to reject or refuse disdainfully
spurnan
to kick
vitriolic
bitterly severe
vituperation
sustained and bitter attack
vitium
fault. vice
accommodating
willing to help
ad
to
commodus
suitable
accord
agreement; harmony
cor
heart
acquiesce
to consent or comply passively or without protest
quiescere
to rest
adamant
firm and unyielding in purpose
adamas
hard metal. diamond
camaraderie
a spirit of loyalty, mutual trust
camarade
comrade
compliance
a act of doing as another wishes or yielding to a request
complere
to complete
propitiate
to prevent or reduce the anger of
propitius
favorable
tractable
easily managed or controlled
tractare
to manage
voition
an act of willing, choosing, or deciding
velle
to wish
willfulness
unreasonable stubbornness
willen
to intend to