Meaning of conniver in English:

conniver

noun

See connive

‘It was her the woman I had seen at the castle earlier, the one which I had believed to be an intruder, a conniver.’
  • ‘Adam bought it for me with the help of these two little connivers.’
  • ‘In flashbacks he is hampered with the unhappy task of being the innocent amid these connivers, but a stronger actor might have been able to make na?veté more interesting.’
  • ‘If I may be so bold, sir, why are you helping out that little conniver?’
  • ‘As I said before, the conniver could not be trusted.’

Pronunciation

conniver

/k??n??v?/