A person who is engaged in a conspiracy with another or others: two men were named by the prosecution as co-conspirators
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- His constant co-conspirator, Francis, has fallen for pretty Margie Flynn, who is receptive to his advances.
- He was called to give evidence as a co-conspirator.
- Polonius becomes a shadowy figure, though he is openly identified as Claudius's co-conspirator in the murder of Hamlet's father.
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