conned, past participle; conned, past tense; cons, 3rd person singular present; conning, present participle;
Study attentively or learn by heart (a piece of writing)
the girls conned their pages with a great show of industry
A convention, esp. one for science-fiction enthusiasts
an argument opposed to a proposal
in opposition to a proposition, opinion, etc.; "much was written pro and con"
victimize: deprive of by deceit; "He swindled me out of my inheritance"; "She defrauded the customers who trusted her"; "the cashier gypped me when he gave me too little change"
convict: a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison
memorize: commit to memory; learn by heart; "Have you memorized your lines for the play yet?"
bunco: a swindle in which you cheat at gambling or persuade a person to buy worthless property
Con is a television series on Comedy Central in which con artist Skyler Stone revealed the secrets of his profession by performing confidence tricks, scams, and hoaxes of various degrees of complexity on camera. ...
The Con is Tegan and Sara's fifth full-length studio album, released on July 24, 2007 (February 18, 2008 in the United Kingdom). ...
The Con is a 1998 television movie starring William H. Macy and Rebecca De Mornay. It was directed by Steven Schachter and written by Macy and Schachter, who shared the 1999 Lone Star Film & Television Award for Best TV Teleplay.
The Con, released as Gamble Con Fight in Japan, is a fighting video game that was released for the PlayStation Portable on October 18, 2005. It was developed by Think & Feel Inc. The story follows the life of a con artist who fights for money.
CONS, Connection-Oriented Network Service, is one of the two OSI network layer protocols, the other being CLNS (Connectionless Network Service). It is basically X.25, with a few adjustments.
(Cons) In computer programming, cons (or) is a fundamental function in most dialects of the Lisp programming language. cons constructs (hence the name) memory objects which hold two values or pointers to values. ...
A disadvantage of something, especially when contrasted with its advantages (pros); To study, especially in order to gain knowledge of; To know, understand, acknowledge
A male given name, a diminutive form of Conor or Cornelius
(cons) n.v. 1. n. a compound data object having two components called the car and the cdr. 2. v. to create such an object. 3. v. Idiom. to create any object, or to allocate storage.
(CONS) A name for some Converse sneaker models. Possibly, but not necessarily, felony shoes. Makes Converse a four-letter word, particularly at Nike and Puma. Saves on typesetting costs at Converse headquarters in Massachusetts.
(CONS) The U.S. Department of State's Consular Affairs Bureau, which is responsible for adjudicating visa and passport applications.
(Cons) Arrogance. Once they get your money - you're screwed.
(Cons) Can't change font size. Can't delete search history.
(Cons) In single chip designs, some people observe a "rainbow effect".
(Cons) The player wins his bet only if none of the numbers drawn that have been selected in the carton.
(Cons) and you knew there would be some did’t you? LED landscape lighting fixtures are quite a bit more expensive than normal landscape outdoor lighting fixtures. So this increases the upfront cost. Also there is limit to the lumen levels for LED landscape lighting. ...