Definition of co-conspirator in English:

co-conspirator

Syllabification: co-con·spir·a·tor

noun

A person who is engaged in a conspiracy with another or others: two men were named by the prosecution as co-conspirators
More example sentences
  • She took steps to try to scuttle the plans of her former co-conspirators, behind their backs.
  • He was sentenced at Guildford Crown Court along with two co-conspirators.
  • None of the appellants or their co-conspirators gave evidence at the trial.

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