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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishex-conˌex-ˈcon noun [countable] informal  a criminal who has been in prison but who is now free
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ex-conThe disclosures have led to firings, assaults and other forms of harassment against the parolees and ex-cons.Horror stories are rife of ex-cons setting up their own security companies, with all the obvious risks that entails.At last all seems to be coming together for the ex-con who wants to go straight.
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