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collate
examine to verify authenticity

arrange in order
collateral
security given for loan
colloquy
informal discussion
collusion
conspiring in fraudulent scheme
colossus
huge statue
comatose
in coma or very sleepy
comely
attractive, agreeable
comestible
something fit to be eaten
comeuppance
rebuke, deserts
comity
courtesy, civility
commandeer
draft for military purposes

take for public use
commemorative
remembering, honouring
commensurate
proportionate
commiserate
feel or express sympathy or pity for
commodious
spacious and comfy
communal
shared

group of people
compact
agreement, contract
compendium
brief comprehensive summary
compilation
list of statistical info in tabular/book form
complacency
self satisfaction, smugness
complaisant
eager to please, too polite, obligin
complement
complete, consummate, make perfect
complicity
involvement in crime, participation
comport
behave
composure
mental calmness
compound
combine, constitute, pay interest, increase
compunction
remorse
compromise
make mutual concessions/endanger interests of
compute
reckon; calculate
concatenate
coincidentally occur like links in chain
conceit
vanity
whimsical idea
extravagant metaphor
concentric
same center
bull's eye
conception
beginning, forming an idea
concerted
mutually agreed on, done together
concession
act of yielding
conciliatory
reconciling
conclave
private meeting
concoct
prepare by combining, make up in concert
concomitant
that which accompanies
concord
harmony
condign
appropriate, well deserved
condiment
food seasoning, spice
condole
express sympathethic sorrow
condone
excuse, overlook, give approval
conducive
helpful, contributive
conduit
aqueduct, passageway for fluids
conflagration
great fire
conflate
fuse, confuse, two becoming one
confluence
flowing together, crowd
confound
confuse, puzzle
congeal
freeze, coagulate
congenial
pleasant, friendly
congenital
present at birth