For some reason he blames me—like you and I are in cahoots to get him.
The actors, who were in cahoots with the bride and groom, attempted to pull pranks on the wedding party and guests.
You in cahoots with my bastard brother?
Perhaps in cahoots with Edith?
call the anti Fascist League, the manÃ¢s obviously in cahoots with BNP.
cahoots with governments and ministers.
cahoots with corporations.
But his wife, in cahoots with her lover and her servant, cleverly outwits his befuddled attempts to expose her with hilarious consequences.
For some reason he blames meâ€”like you and I are in cahoots to get him.
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