noun, plural an·co·nes [ang-koh-neez]. /æŋˈkoʊ niz/.
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Origin of ancon
OTHER WORDS FROM anconan·co·nal [ang-kohn-l], /æŋˈkoʊn l/, an·co·ne·al [ang-koh-nee-uhl], /æŋˈkoʊ ni əl/, adjectivean·con·oid, adjectivesub·an·co·ne·al, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for ancon
You see the Ancon combined business with pleasure, and distributed coal in quantities to suit throughout the Alaskan lagoon.
Let me record an episode that occasioned no little excitement among the passengers and crew of the Ancon.
When an Ancon ewe is impregnated by a common ram, the progeny resembles wholly either the ewe or the ram.The Principles of Breeding|S. L. Goodale
We rocked like a cradle—the Ancon rocks like a cradle on the slightest provocation.
This example is from an ancient work basket obtained at Ancon, Peru, and shown in Fig. 299.