Accomplice in a Sentence

Definition of Accomplice

a person who helps another person perform a task that is usually criminal in nature

Use Accomplice in a sentence

The police are hoping the accomplice will lead them to the mastermind of the crime.

In the film, the wife is her husband’s accomplice in his attempt to murder his wealthy parents.

Lisa could not have committed murders in two different towns at the same time unless she had an accomplice.

While Gina claimed to be unaware of her husband’s embezzlement, she was a willing accomplice in spending his ill-gotten gains.

Because the accomplice was willing to testify against his criminal cohorts, he received immunity from prosecution.

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