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- adj. brave; fine; canny
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Brave; fine; canny.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as canny.
- n. An obsolete spelling of cony.
He lost ten, exclusive of his best agate, fought a boy who had unlawfully possessed himself of his most cherished "conny," and returned home with saddened spirits an hour later, only to find as he went through the gate that he had lost Aldith's dainty little note.
• Sawyer doesn't seem all that "conny" to me on the Safe Landing Universe.
Looks like Guido conny city boy short shrifters have been caught with their trousers down on this.
There are lots of very good neo-conny reasons to bomb Iran, among them $150/bbl oil, which makes those sands in Canada more than viable, extract-wise.
He wanted to gie me a conny ring wi 'a beautiful stone in it.
The counterfet cunning man, and artificial conny-catcher, as I heard, was paide his fiue poundes that night.
_Dekker's Dreame_ is chiefly verse and chiefly pious; and then at a date somewhat later than that of our present period, but connected with it by the fact of authorship, begins a very interesting series of pieces, more vivid if somewhat less well written than Greene's, and connected with his "conny-catching" course.
Nor does he seem to have had any occasion to "tread the burning marl" in company with conny-catchers and their associates.
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