What is the difference between “complice”and “accomplice”?

What is the difference between “complice” and “accomplice”?

Both means an associate person during some act or something.

But what is the difference?


The difference is that no one says complice. I didn’t even know it was a word until I looked it up just now. The Free Dictionary lists complice as archaic.

com·plice (kmpls)
n. Archaic

An associate; an accomplice.

Just use accomplice.

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