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63 Cards in this Set

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Cabal
A small secret group
Caesura
A pause
Cant
Insincere statements made in a singsong voice
Canvass
To make a survey
Capitulate
To surrender
Captious
Hard to please, fastidious
Carapace
Hard protective covering
Carnal
Sensual, sexual
Carrion
Decaying flesh
Carte blanche
Freedom to use one’s own judgment
Cartel
Collection of business firms
Catacomb
Underground burial place
Catholic
Universal, wide-ranging
Cauterize
To burn
Cavalcade
A procession, sequence of events
Celerity
Speed, swift
Cerebration
Using one’s brain
Certitude
Certain
Champ
To show impatience
Chary
Careful cautious
Chattel
Slave
Churlish
Rude, ill bred
Circumlocution
Roundabout way of speaking
Circumscribe
To encircle, to limit or confine
Circumspect
Chary, careful, cautious
Circumvent
To surround or bypass
Clarion
Clear and shrill
Clout
Power, influence
Cloven
Divided, split
Coadjutor
Assistant, helper
Coffer
A strongbox
Cogitate
To think, to consider carefully
Cognomen
Family name
Collusion
Conspiracy, agreeing to do a wrong act
Complicity
Partnership in a wrong act
Concede
To admit, to grant
Concomitant
Accompanying, attending
Concourse
A crowd, wide street
Condign
Deserved suitable
Conducive
Tending or lending to
Conduit
Pipe thru which electricity flows thru
Congeal
To freeze solid, to thicken
Conjugal
Relating to marriage
Connoisseur
An expert
Connubial
Relating to marriage
Consternation
Sudden panic, addled
Contumacious
Disobedient, obstinate
Contumely
Rudeness
Conveyance
A vehicle
Convivial
Sociable, friendly
Coquetry
Flirtation
Corollary
To infer, deduce
Corporeal
Relating to the body
Corpulent
Fat, fleshy
Corroborate
To strengthen, confirm
Cortege
Funeral procession
Countenance
The face, to permit, tolerate, or approve
Cozen
To trick
Crass
Stupid, unrefined
Cudgel
Club, thick stick
Curb
To control, check
Curry
To win over by flattery
Cynosure
Center of attention