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con-

(kon),
With, together, in association; appears as com- before p, b, or m, as col- before l, and as co- before a vowel; corresponds to G. syn-.
[L. cum, with, together]

con-

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con-

 Latin, with, together

con-

Prefix meaning with, together, in association; appears as com- before p, b, or m; as col- before l; and as co- before a vowel; corresponds to G. syn-.
[L. cum, with, together]
References in classic literature ?
Some built com- paratively large ones, while others seemed con- tent with little ones.
An afterwards I came upon the whole con- cern wrecked in a bush--man, hammock, groans, blankets, horrors.
I told him with marked emphasis that I would see him and Hamilton hanged first, and requested him to con- duct me to my room with no more of his nonsense.