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cent(i)
hundred
cid(e), cis(e)
to kill, to cut
clam, claim
to cry out, to declare
cord, cour
heart
bicentennial
a celebration of a two hundredth anniversary, happening once in a period of 200 years or lasting 200 years.
centenarian
a person who has lived to 100 years old
centurion
a roman officer commandion 100 men; related to the military mind, especially as it favors military solutions for handling social problems
clamorous
characterized by continous loud and complaining voices; noisily complaining; inisistent
concise
covering much in few words; brief and to the poing
concordance
a condition of harmony or agreement; an alphabetical index indicating reference passages, as from a writer's works
cordial
of the heart; warm and friendly; amiable
discordant
sounding harsh or inharmonious; clashing
genocied
the systematic extermination of an ethnic group
incisive
keenly penetrating; cutting into
proclamation
an official statement or announcement that informs or honors
reclaim
to claim again; to restore to former importance or usefulness
corp(or)
body
cred
to believe, to trust
cur(r), curs, course
to run, to flow
dic(t)
to speak, to say
benediction
the invocation of a divine blessing, as at the close of a religious service
concourse
running or flowing together; a broad public walkway or hallway; a crowd or throng
concurrent
occurring at the same time; meeting or acting together
corporal
related to the physical body
corpulent
very stout; fleshy and obese; fat
credibility
the quality of being believable or trustworthy
credulity
the naïve willingness to believe easily without proof
cursory
done in a superficial or hasty manner
dictum
an authoritative saying or maxim
incorporate
to form into one body or functioning unit; to combine several different things into a whole
incredulous
not believing; skeptical, or doubting
indicative
characteristic of or very much like; suggestive