|Origin:||complicité, from Old French complice; ACCOMPLICE|
com‧plic‧i‧ty [uncountable] formal
involvement in a crime, together with other people
Jennings denied complicity in the murder.
involvement in or knowledge of a situation, especially one that is morally wrong or dishonest
His complicity with the former government had led to his downfall.
The careers of officers complicit in the cover-up were ruined.