verb (used with object)
Origin of conn
Definition for conn (2 of 3)
verb (used with object), conned, con·ning.
Origin of con3
Definition for conn (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for conn
Conn has never had a showcase of the photos all together, but he hopes to one day have the entire collection published as a book.
Even though we could be married in Mass. or Conn, Canada, Holland, Spain and a handful of other countries, this is our home.
It didn't take Conn long to appreciate the problems involved in the conversion.
The ancient King of the West, whose name was Conn, was good as well as great, and passionately loved by his people.Archaic England|Harold Bayley
Nobody was quite sure; two hundred and fifty seemed to be the highest estimate, which Conn decided to play safe by accepting.
Kurt Fawzi introduced Conn, and Leibert grasped his hand with a grip that was considerably stronger than his voice.
Conn drank some more brandy, hoping he could get his courage up without getting drunk.Graveyard of Dreams|Henry Beam Piper
British Dictionary definitions for conn (1 of 9)
British Dictionary definitions for conn (2 of 9)
British Dictionary definitions for conn (3 of 9)
British Dictionary definitions for conn (4 of 9)
- short for confidence trick
- (as modifier)con man