Definition of 'con-'
Example sentences containing 'con-'
`It wouldn't look too good, my angel, if you and I were known to be trading con- fidences...' `No. I suppose not.TEN STEPS TO HAPPINESS (2003)
Once over the initial mutton-dressed-as-lamb anxiety, she felt con- fident, felt attractive, felt okay inside and out.TICKLED PINK (2002) CORMORANT
Because I hoped it might give him courage, I finally con- fided in him the story of my receiving the Bright Sword.THE LIGHTSTONE: BOOK ONE, PART TWO OF THE EA CYCLE (2002)
Definition of con- from the Collins English Dictionary
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