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complicity
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Don Quixote
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  • "It makes no matter that thou hast not taken an oath," said Don Quixote; "suffice it that I see thou art not quite clear of complicity; and whether or no, it will not be ill done to provide ourselves with a remedy."

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  • Many suspect the complicity of top officials.
  • She is accused of being complicit in the crime.

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