Ca*hoot"(?), n. [Perhaps fr. f. cohorte a company or band.] Partnership; league; as, to go in cahoot (or in cahoots) with a person. Usually used in the plural, and in modern usage often used to imply that the joint effort is unethical, shady, questionable, or illegal; as, a shill in cahoots with a pickpocket, to serve as a distraction. [Slang, southwestern U. S.] Bartlett.
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Cai`ma*cam"(?), n. [Turk.] The governor of a sanjak or district in Turkey.
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