- n. alternative spelling of con artist.
“Ultimately any potential investors considering PETE SUMARUCK as a possible recipient of their hard-earned funds will be forced to rethink any notions of trusting such a scurrilous back-alley scallywag, slanderous liar, and unprincipled con-artist with any investments of any sort!”
“Propelled by the events in â€œVector, â€ Zayne and his con-artist companion Gryph commit to a new course in exposing the dark actions of the secret Jedi Covenant.”
“They would be a victim of a con-artist or some other criminal in that time.”
“He is a gifted political con-artist, or as Lawrence Eagleburger characterized him, a “charlatan.””
“Agam Darshi plays Kate, the newest team member, a mercenary con-artist who decides to fight for the good guys.”
“Everybody FINALLY knows about their con-artist moves regarding the Recovery Act money and the exponentially growing amount of hypocrisy spewing out of the GOP.”
“It was an inspired outing that presented both the cartoonish con-artist version and Storybrooke's shrink edition as conscientious good guys stuck under the thumb of bad people.”
“You do a great dishonor to the individuals who justifiably present the credentials which this con-artist has offered, and an equally great disservice to the reputation and credibility of the Navy Memorial Organization.”
“Another knockout is the chillingly well-made documentary "The Imposter," about Frédéric Bourdin, a French con-artist who posed as a missing child and was welcomed into the child's family home in Texas.”
“The worst kind of con-artist: the kind who has given her scpiel so many times she can no longer distinguish it from the truth.”
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