Con Out Of
How to Conjugate Con Out Of
- Infinitive: Con Out Of
- Present Tense: Con Out Of/ Cons Out Of
- -ing Form: Conning Out Of
- Past Tense: Conned Out Of
- Past Participle: Conned Out Of
Definitions of Con Out Of:
1. To persuade someone to give or do something through lies and deception.
Examples: Jack is trying to con his dad out of more allowance by telling him that he had never received it.
The man was conned out of his concert tickets.
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