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collaborate
used in Middlemarch

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work together on a common enterprise or project

or more rarely and especially in the form collaborator:  cooperate with the enemy as a traitor
  • ...and not being able to elicit the facts he needed, he left his frogs and rabbits to some repose under their trying and mysterious dispensation of unexplained shocks, and went to finish his evening at the theatre of the Porte Saint Martin, where there was a melodrama which he had already seen several times; attracted, not by the ingenious work of the collaborating authors, but by an actress whose part it was to stab her lover, mistaking him for the evil-designing duke of the piece.
    Book 2 — Old and Young (28% in)

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