Definitions for cahoots
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Collusion or collaboration to nefarious ends.
Cahoots is the fourth studio album by Canadian/American rock group The Band released in 1971 and was their last all-original studio album for four years. It received only mixed reviews when it first appeared. Robbie Robertson wrote or co-wrote all but one of the album tracks, Bob Dylan's "When I Paint My Masterpiece". Robertson's occasional co-writers include Danko and Helm on "Life is a Carnival", and Van Morrison on "4% Pantomime". The album's front cover was painted by New York artist/illustrator Gilbert Stone, while the back cover features a photograph portrait of the group by Richard Avedon.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
People absolutely believe that not only does Wall Street get away with all kinds of gimmicks to make more money, that Congress and the government is absolutely in cahoots with Wall Street in doing that.
I think the oil field idea is a bad idea, but his idea that the government of Iran and Iraq are in cahoots and working together and causing problems for the United States to be successful is absolutely true, in this case, the substance, I generally agree with Donald Trump.
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