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used in Murder On The Orient Express

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a person who joins with another in carrying out a plan — especially an unethical or illegal plan
  • In which case, MacQueen knew of the note and of its destruction—in other words, he was either the murderer or an accomplice of the murderer.
    3.9 — Part 3 Chapter 9 — Poirot Propounds Two Solutions (31% in)
accomplice = person who assisted
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