complice (n.)
accomplice, confederate, associate
2H4 I.i.163 [Morton to Northumberland] The lives of all your loving complices / Lean on your health
2H6 V.i.212 [Young Clifford to Clifford] to arms ... / To quell the rebels and their complices
3H6 IV.iii.45 [Edward to Warwick] in despite ... / Of thee thyself and all thy complices
R2 II.iii.164 [Bolingbroke to York, of Bristol Castle] held / By Bushy, Bagot, and their complices
R2 III.i.43 [Bolingbroke to all] Come, lords, away, / To fight with Glendower and his complices

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