from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of con.
- n. A data structure in LISP that is a pair of pointers, car and cdr, used mainly for lists.
- v. To obtain a list from a cons or a nesting of conses; to prepend an element to a list by forming a cons of that element and the list; to obtain a list from a smaller one by repeated application of such kind of prepending.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of con.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of Constable
- n. of Constitution
- n. [lowercase] of consonant
- n. of consul.
What are the pros and cons of grandmother's raising grand babies? cons~ they grow up with an old woman maybe using slang laungage.
Le dîner de cons is one of the funniest movies ever made.
The beauty of many long cons is that the sucker thinks they're getting away with more for less.
Many people raise cases like that as an example of how a ban on voting for ex-cons is bad public policy — I recruited a reformed gangbanger once to do voting registration radio spots, so I know from this one.
One of the cons is that Americans hate it -- we would much rather be able to self-refer to a specialist rather than have to go through a managed-care process.
To me, the best thing about cons is the people you meet and the friends you make.
One of the criticisms routinely leveled at certain media cons is that they over-invite guests in an effort to bolster preregistration sales, then when the con arrives many of the expected guests have canceled for "personal reasons."
AK: Seriously, the amazing wonderful thing about these cons is that you really don't have to choose.
The difference between the conservatives and the neo-cons is that the conservatives have not de-evolved entirely back into chimpanzees … Not until November 8th anyway.
Infact, I think the reason we have neo-cons, is because Faux News tell conservatives what to think while they are drunk.