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Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Connivance \Con*niv"ance\, n. [Cf. F. connivence, L.
     conniventia.]
     1. Intentional failure or forbearance to discover a fault or
        wrongdoing; voluntary oversight; passive consent or
        cooperation.
        [1913 Webster]
  
     2. (Law) Corrupt or guilty assent to wrongdoing, not
        involving actual participation in, but knowledge of, and
        failure to prevent or oppose it.
  
     Syn: See Collusion.
          [1913 Webster]

Din dicționarul WordNet (r) 2.0 :

  connivance
       n 1: agreement on a secret plot [syn: collusion]
       2: (law) tacit approval of someone's wrongdoing [syn: secret
          approval, tacit consent]

Din dicționarul Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  82 Moby Thesaurus words for "connivance":
     OK, acceptance, accord, acquiescence, affirmation, affirmative,
     affirmative voice, agreement, approbation, approval, artifice,
     assent, aye, blessing, cabal, chicane, chicanery, collusion,
     compliance, complicity, complot, confederacy, connivery, consent,
     conspiracy, contrivance, contriving, counterplot, covin,
     deep-laid plot, dodgery, eagerness, endorsement, engineering,
     finagling, finesse, foul play, frame-up, game, indulgence,
     intrigue, little game, machination, maneuvering, manipulation,
     okay, overlooking, permission, permissiveness, pettifoggery,
     pettifogging, plot, plotting, promptitude, promptness,
     ratification, readiness, rigging, sanction, scheme, schemery,
     scheming, sharp practice, skulduggery, sleight, stratagem,
     submission, sufferance, supercherie, tolerance, toleration, trick,
     trickery, underhand dealing, underplot, ungrudgingness,
     unloathness, unreluctance, web of intrigue, willingness, winking,
     wire-pulling  
     
Din dicționarul Bouvier's Law Dictionary, Revised 6th Ed (1856) :

  CONNIVANCE. An agreement or consent, indirectly given, that something 
  unlawful shall be done by another. 
       2. The connivance of the husband to his wife's prostitution deprives 
  him of the right of obtaining a divorce; or of recovering damages from the 
  seducer. 4 T. R. 657. It may be satisfactorily proved by implication. 
       3. Connivance differs from condonation, (q.v.) though either may have 
  the same legal consequences. Connivance necessarily involves criminality on 
  the part of the individual who connives, condonation may take place without 
  implying the slightest blame to the party who forgives the injury. 
       4. Connivance must be the act of the mind before the offence has been 
  committed; condonation is the result of a determination to forgive an injury 
  which was not known until after it was inflicted. 3 Hagg. Eccl. R. 350. 
       5. Connivance differs, also, from collusion (q. Y.); the former is 
  generally collusion. for a particular purpose, while the latter may exist 
  without connivance. 3 Hagg, Eccl. R. 130. Vide Shelf. on Mar. & Div. 449; 3 
  Hagg. R. 82; 2 Hagg. R. 376; Id. 278; 3 Hagg. R. 58, 107, 119, 131, 312; 3 
  Pick. R. 299; 2 Caines, 219; Anth. N.P. 196. 
  
  

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