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Spell check of con

Correct spelling: con

Synonyms:
battlefield detainee, hornswoggle, bustle, hear, rook, purloin, reverse, scrutinize, converse, shrink from, diddle, goldbrick, mislead, victimise, prisoner, deceive, filch, insect bite, survey, investigate, trick, fascist, invent, lifer, get a line, contra, bunko, nobble, ploy, remember, memorise, acquire, dodge, make up, stinging, opposite, inmate, short-change, pang, case, study, confidence trick, toy, confidence game, scofflaw, defendant, short, sting, read, take, the Conservative Party, counterfeit, bite, concoct, con game, in opposition, teach, dirty tricks, cheat, get word, fool, against, jailbird, abstract, bunko game, inpatient, subterfuge, chain gang, fascism, shirk, examine, gyp, the John Birch Society, lie, recidivist, ascertain, fiddle, discover, instruct, view, loser, McCarthyism, falsify, bilk, prank, scam, learn, manufacture, fabricate, captive, victimize, conservatism, contrary, sneak, delude, fuss, flurry, betray, cabbage, misspeak, conversely, hook, gip, find out, culprit, see, swipe, memorize, scheme, peruse, watch, flimflam, antithetical, pilfer, hoax, defraud, traverse, go over, ex-con, snarf, swindle, play, pinch, hustle, the National Front, get wind, bunco game, suspect, yardbird, pick up, larn, inverse, Main Street, detainee, lucubrate, criminal, check, bunco, internee, offender, stir, forge, determine, felon, ado, ruse, diametric, lawbreaker, mulct, Nazism, dupe, anti, kidnap, inspect, abduct, lift, convict, negative.

Antonyms:
pro.

Examples of usage:

1) Con it over in solitude, and then come back and give me your advice. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) I thought out my case, considered it pro and con, puzzled out the reasons for, and the source of, the newspaper clamor against me. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

3) In order to solve problems you must have the pro and con, in other words, the details of your receipts and expenses. - "Dollars and Sense", Col. Wm. C. Hunter.

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