What is the opposite of con?

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Noun
Opposite of a disadvantage of something, especially when contrasted with its advantages (pros)
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Opposite of an instance of deceiving or tricking someone
Noun
Opposite of the person or thing at fault for a problem or crime
Noun
Opposite of a person found guilty of a criminal offence and serving a sentence of imprisonment
Noun
Opposite of an unkind, evil or unscrupulous person
“Everyone mobbed Donnie because to them, he was a hero for preventing what they saw as a useless prelude to an unnecessary gang war with the powerful Barbary Coast.”
Noun
Opposite of a person who dishonestly claims to have special knowledge and skill in some field, typically medicine
“Almost everyone wants to be an altruist, and most of us lament the fact that we are not more altruistic than we are.”
Noun
Opposite of a person who has been taken prisoner or an animal that has been confined
Verb
Opposite of to cheat, deceive or defraud someone for personal gain
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Opposite of to deceive or fool someone
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Opposite of to learn by heart, or commit to memory
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Opposite of to gain an advantage or profit by using unfair or deceitful methods
“I admire this superior being who told truths without sweetening them to help others to gain a temporary advantage.”
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(undeceive) Opposite of to deceive or fool someone
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(undeceive) Opposite of to deceive or fool someone
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Opposite of to examine something with great care
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Opposite of to deceive or fool someone
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Opposite of to give or deliver false, fake, or misleading information
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Opposite of charge too much
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Opposite of to acquire new information or skill
“I hope that others can assemble the jagged rhythms of my stories to unlearn common misperceptions about vernacular English.”
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Opposite of to swindle someone by not paying a debt, especially a gambling debt
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Opposite of to deceive or fool someone
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Opposite of to derive or extract something from someone, especially underhandedly
“Nick says he will donate two hundred dollars per ace this summer to help the victims of the country's bush fire crisis.”
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