Con and Convict


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Con noun – A person serving a sentence in a jail or prison.
Convict is a synonym for con in convicted felon topic. In some cases you can use "Convict" instead a noun "Con", when it comes to topics like prisoner. popular alternative
Nearby Word: cony
Synonyms for Con


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Convict noun – A person convicted as a criminal and serving a prison sentence.
Usage example: a warning that the three escaped convicts were armed and dangerous

Con is a synonym for convict in prisoner topic. You can use "Con" instead the word "Convict" as a noun or a verb, if it concerns topics such as criminal, convicted felon, jailbird. informal substitute
Nearby Words: conviction, convicted, convicting
Synonyms for Convict

How words are described

fellow fellow con fellow convict
female female con female convict
current current con current convict
single single con single convict
Other adjectives: actual, massive, big, hostile, hardened, biggest, baddest.

Common collocations

person con person convict person
people con people convict people
someone con someone convict someone
anyone con anyone convict anyone
Other nouns: homer, criminals.
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Convict and Con. (2016). Retrieved 2021, October 26, from
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Convict or Con. 2016. Accessed October 26, 2021.

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