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12 Cards in this Set

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Harsh, jarring, discordant sound; dissonance
Cacophony (n)
Cackling noise is a harsh sound.
To sponge, beg, or mooch
Cadge (v)
To inveigle, coax, wheedle, sweet-talk
Cajole (v)
Coax jole into more kids?
To slander, make false accusations
Calumniate (v)
the newspaper column for slander and false accusations, is the most read.
An established set of principles or code of laws, often religious in nature
Canon (n)
Canon = code of laws
Inclined to change one's mind impulsively; erratic, unpredictable
Capricious (adj)
Of basic importance or consequence; primary
Cardinal (adj)
Cardinal direction is the primary use of direction
An insertion mark used by editors and proofreaders
Caret (n)
A carat looks like a carrot.
Severe criticism or punishment
Castignation (n)
The cast ignites criticism or punishment
A substance that accelerates the rate of a chemical reaction without itself changing; a person or thing that causes change
Catalyst (n)
Burning or stining; causing corrosion
Caustic (adj)
Cause tics to burn or corrode
To criticize severely; to officially rebuke
Censure (v)
The Senator sure did get criticized severely.