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carrion
dead and decaying flesh
castigate
to punish or criticize severely
cataclysm
a violent change or upheaval
catharsis
an act of purging or purification
censure
to criticize sharply
centrifugal
moving away from a center
chaff
worthless matter
chagrin
embarrassment
charlatan
fraud, faker
chaste
morally pure
chauvinism
fanatical patriotism
chattel
slave, bondman
chicanery
trickery, deception
chide
to scold
chimerical
fantastic, imaginary
chronicle
record of history
circumspect
watchful
citadel
a fortress commanding a city
civility
politeness, courtesy
clandestine
held in or conducted with secrecy
claret
a dark red
clime
climate
coerce
to force
coffer
a chest or box used
cogent
convincing
cogitate
think, ponder, meditation
cognate
related
cognizant
awareness
collate
to assemble in proper order
collusion
secret agreement to defraud another
commensurate
proportional
commissary
a store for equipment and provisions
commodious
comfortably spacious
complacent
contented
compunction
remorse, a feeling of regret
concatenation
to link together in a series
conclave
a private gathering
concomitant
accompanying, attending
condolence
to express sympathetic sorrow
configuration
arrangement: shape
congeal
freeze, solidify
congenital
existing from birth
congruent
agreeing
coniferous
bear cones
conjecture
guess
connote
to suggest; to imply
connubial
of or relating to marriage
conscript
to force into service
consort
partner; companion (husband/wife)
consternation
amazed dismay and confusion