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Definition of "cahoot" [ca•hoot]

  • To act in partnership. (verb)

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Use "cahoot" in a sentence
  • "Page 17 fer it looked like Martin an 'the Colonel was kinder in cahoot, an' my man diskivered that the lan 'had been sold long before it was mortgaged to me for taxes."
  • ""If," muttered he, "I could only get the township and range, I'd make a cahoot business with old man Doublejoy, get the money from him, and enter that mill-shoal with the twenty foot fall, before ten o'clock to-morrow.""
  • "Who wants a parcel of low-flung, 'outside barbarians,' to go in cahoot with us, and share alike a piece of land that always was and always will be ours?"