Informal Questionable collaboration; secret partnership: an accountant in cahoots with organized crime. (noun-plural)
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Use "cahoots" in a sentence
"Nikita9pm, LivingNikita's fight against the shady government division so secret it's known only as Division goes up a notch when they get in cahoots with a Russian war criminal."
"As if learning he's a werewolf wasn't threatening enough, the last episode of The Vampire Diaries 'revealed he's in cahoots with Katherine — everyone's vampire enemy."
"U.S. District Judge Gerald Bruce Lee threw out the banks as defendants last year, saying that allegations "that the banks and [R.A. North] were in cahoots with TRM" were "simply implausible.""