Bell's mouth twitched at her words (I could just see his head and shoulders where he conned ship with a foot on the starboard rail and a hand in the shrouds of the mainmast), but he made no reply.
Or, if she connedthe daily task in vain, A word from Edmund made the lesson plain.
One of that indomitable race on the gangway, one at the foremast, two at the wheel, conned and steered the great ship down on a hundred matchlocks, and a grinning broadside, just as they would have conned and steered her into a British harbor.
Similar lists were on the wall over the oil-stove, and they were similarly conned while he was engaged in cooking or in washing the dishes.
On the looking-glass were lists of definitions and pronunciations; when shaving, or dressing, or combing his hair, he conned these lists over.
She conned him searchingly, and the complete calm of him at such a time amazed her.
As he stood there to don it, the little cunning eyes of the heavy father conned him in detail.
Pantaloon's great countenance grew pale, his little eyes widened to their fullest extent as he conned the face of his companion.
As Ralph conned the course of the plunging Fenique he likewise conned the problem of how to get rid of Conway Degger without inspiring in Lorna's breast a greater liking for the fellow than he believed she already sustained.
His outward bearing was one of certainty, but his shrewd, slightly puckered eyes alternately conned the expression of his commander's face and watched the dog.
He had conned his course and had it charted in his head.
A sage stalked by, his ragged mantle bound About his brows; his eyes perused the ground; He conned the number of the cube and square Of the moon's orb; his horny feet and bare Trampled the lilies carpeting the stair.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "conned" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.