Which preposition to use with collusion

with Occurrences 17%

Her father had, at least, avoided any collusion with inferiors.

between Occurrences 9%

The weight of probability is against any collusion between the two parties.

of Occurrences 3%

He finds it written in the Rowles of time Navar's a Kingdome solely absolute, And by collusion of the Kings of France, The people speaking all one mother toung, It hath bin wrested for a Royalty Untruly due unto the Crowne of France.

in Occurrences 3%

Has it not occurred to you there was a little collusion in this matter of the lost dog?" "Collusion?"

on Occurrences 2%

Evidently he did nothing of the kind, and this fact strongly suggested some kind of collusion on his part with Hurst, who stood to benefit by the miscarriage of the will.

from Occurrences 2%

Under fame of rapid growth is also to be reckoned fame of a false and artificial kind; where, for instance, a book is worked into a reputation by means of unjust praise, the help of friends, corrupt criticism, prompting from above and collusion from below.

among Occurrences 1%

It was entirely opposed to the French practice of investigation, which works secretly, taking witnesses separately, one by one, and strictly preventing all intercommunication or collusion among them.

under Occurrences 1%

" "Well, didn't our client capture the actress?" "Only with her consentwhich I assume would be collusion under the French law," said Tutt.

Which preposition to use with  collusion