collusive collusive  /kə ˈlu sɪv/


  • (adj) acting together in secret toward a fraudulent or illegal end


  • Tomorrow Relives the Past

    All that your normally on-time cartoonist Tom Tomorrow (June 12) now worries about, re: telephone tapping, allegedly already happened 43 years ago in Baltimore in a collusive effort between the local telephone company and President Richard Nixon’s administration.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Baltimore City Paper


  1. Calling the sharing of information on free agents improper, Fehr said, "We expect to look into the situation, and are prepared to take the appropriate action to respond to any collusive behavior, and to make sure that the rights of free-agent...
    on Nov 8, 2007 By: Donald Fehr Source: New York Times

  2. "It is my hope that this legislation will bring the benefits of competition to the insurance industry and to consumers. Too many consumers are paying too much for insurance due to the collusive atmosphere that exists in the insurance industry. This...
    on Feb 15, 2007 By: Arlen Specter Source: Insurance Journal

  3. "All this was a collusive exercise to allow Quattrochi to escape and I think the CBI must be complementing itself along with the Government of India but they need to be scandalised in the whole country for having done this," BJP General...
    on Aug 15, 2007 By: Arun Jaitley Source: CNN-IBN

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