[kuh m-plis-i-tee] /kəmˈplɪs ɪ ti/
noun, plural complicities.
the state of being an accomplice; partnership or involvement in wrongdoing:
complicity in a crime.
noun (pl) -ties
the fact or condition of being an accomplice, esp in a criminal act
a less common word for complexity
1650s, from French complicité, from Old French complice “accomplice, comrade, companion” (14c.), from Late Latin complicem, accusative of complex “partner, confederate,” from Latin complicare “to fold together” (see complicate; also cf. accomplice).
[kuh m-plahy-er] /kəmˈplaɪ ər/ noun 1. a person, group, etc., that .
[non-kuh m-plahy-uh ns] /ˌnɒn kəmˈplaɪ əns/ noun 1. failure or refusal to comply, as with a law, regulation, or term of a contract. /ˌnɒnkəmˈplaɪəns/ noun 1. the act or state of not complying
[non kom-puh s] /ˈnɒn ˈkɒm pəs/ adjective, Informal. 1. . modifier Not in control of the mind • Short for Latin non compos mentis (1628+)
[kuh m-poz-it] /kəmˈpɒz ɪt/ adjective 1. made up of disparate or separate parts or elements; compound: a composite drawing; a composite philosophy. 2. Botany. belonging to the Compositae. Compare . 3. (initial capital letter) Architecture. noting or pertaining to one of the five classical orders, popular especially since the beginning of the Renaissance but invented […]