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Verb: Connive (kuh-NYVE)
1. To pretend ignorance of or fail to take action against something one ought to oppose.
2. To be indulgent or in secret sympathy: to cooperate secretly or have a secret understanding.
3. To engage in secret scheming: conspire.
Sample sentence: Co-workers will connive against each other if they think it will benefit their own career.