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Another word for con

  1. To apply one's mind to the acquisition or production of knowledge

      1. To write in a scholarly manner
      2. To work, study, or write laboriously, esp. late at night
      3. To study or write in a scholarly fashion.
      1. To apply oneself to learning, especially by reading:
      2. To give careful thought to; contemplate:
      3. To pursue a course of study:
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  2. To look at carefully or critically

      1. To test or check the condition or health of:
      2. To test by carefully questioning in order to find out the knowledge, skill, qualifications, etc. of (a student, witness, job applicant, etc.)
      3. To study or analyze:
      1. (Idiomatic) To look at carefully; to scrutinize; to analyze.
      2. (Rugby) To score a try
      3. (Idiomatic) To create a response or impression.
      1. To examine or review (troops, etc.) officially
      2. To examine carefully and critically, especially for flaws.
      3. To look at carefully; examine critically, esp. in order to detect flaws or errors
      1. To read or examine, typically with great care.
      2. To read in a casual or leisurely way
      3. To read carefully or thoroughly; study
      1. To look at very carefully; examine closely; inspect minutely
      2. To examine something with great care.
      3. To audit accounts etc in order to verify them.
      1. To read or look at carefully:
      2. To give attention, thought, or consideration to
      3. To apply oneself to learning, especially by reading:
      1. To determine the location, form, or boundaries of (a tract of land) by measuring the lines and angles in accordance with the principles of geometry and trigonometry
      2. To examine for some specific purpose; inspect or consider carefully; review in detail
      3. To look over the parts, features, or contents of; view broadly:
      1. (Law) To deny formally (an allegation of fact by the opposing party) in a lawsuit.
      2. To cause to move laterally on a pivot; swivel:
      3. To turn (a gun, lathe, etc.) laterally; swivel
      1. To watch (a program, for example) on television.
      2. To think of (something) in a particular way; regard:
      3. To survey or study mentally; consider:
      1. To cover or enclose
      2. (Slang) To look over carefully, esp. in preparation for an intended robbery
      3. To put into or cover with a case; encase.
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  3. To commit to memory

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