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  • v. Present participle of cahoot.

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Examples

  • The infamous sleaze of the man -- he's portrayed cahooting with the Bush campaign and steamrolling the Florida House into legislation that would seat Bush's electors no matter the decisions of either the FL or US Supreme Courts -- comes through in thuggish spades.

    Brad Friedman: HBO's Recount Gets It (Mostly) Right, Even if America Didn't (and Still Doesn't)

  • Of course, the Congressional Progressive Caucus has been actively cahooting with the

    Sweetness & Light

  • Their cahooting will be accompanied by the decidedly Austin tones of Blood Country (formerly Chili Cold Blood), who appear to have a swell sense of humor about their motherfuckin 'selves.

    Austinist

  • We ply our wiles in tandem, B, that’s what makes our cahooting so damn dangerous.

    WILL FERRELL IS STILL FUNNY

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