The driver of a get-away-car during a bank robbery is an example of an accomplice.
Origin of accomplice; from Middle English a complice (the article a is merged, influenced, influence by accomplish) ; from Old French complice ; from Late Latin complex: see complice
Origin of accompliceAlteration of complice.
- Followed by with or of before a person and by in (sometimes of) before the crime; as, A was an accomplice with B in the murder of C. Dryden uses it with to before a thing.
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