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accomplice
noun
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How to pronounce accomplice:

Definition of accomplice:

accomplice (noun):
a person who helps someone else commit a crime
one associated with another especially in wrongdoing
a person who joins with another in carrying out some plan (especially an unethical or illegal plan).

Synonyms for accomplice:

abetter
abettor
accessary
accessory
ally
assistant
associate
coadjutor
cohort
collaborationist
collaborator
colleague
companion
comrade
confederate
conspirator
decoy
evidence
helper
henchman
henchman or woman or person
informant
informer
partner
partner in crime
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Antonyms for accomplice:

adversary
antagonist
archenemy
assailant
attacker
blockage
boss
challenger
chief
combatant
competition
competitor
contender
corrival
detractor
enemy
foe
foreigner
hindrance
injury
leader
manager
master
mentor
nemesis
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