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conceal
to hide, to keep secret
conceit
over-high opinion of
too much pride
conciliatory
reconciling, soothing, comforting
concord
agreement of harmony
condone
to disregard
to forgive
concur
agree in opinion
happen together
congeal
make or become stiff and solid
conjoin
to join together
connotation
suggestion
in addition to
consequential
pompous
self-important
console
give comfort or sympathy to
conspicuous
easily seen, remarkable
consternation
surprise and fear, dismay
constrain
compel
constrict
make tight or smaller
consume
get to the end of
consummate
perfect
make perfect
complete
contentious
argumentative
pugnacious
quarrelsome
combative
contumacious
insubordinate
rebellious
convoluted
complicated
coiled
twisted
cordial
warm and sincere
cordon
line (of police acting as a guard)
cornucopia
abundant supply
corporeal
physical of
for the body
correlate
have a mutual relation
corroboration
additional strengthening evidence
countenance
to favor or approve of
appearance or facial expression
covert
disguised
covetous
eagerly desirous
cower
crouch, shrink back
coy
shy modest (esp of a girl)
crass
very great (esp. stupidity)
cravat
piece of linen worn as a necktie
craven
cowardly
credulity
too great a readiness to believe things
credulous
ready to believe things
crush
press
lose shape
subdue
overwhelm
curmudgeon
bad-tempered person
curriculum
course of study
cursory
quick
hurried
curtail
make shorter than was planned
condense
increase in density, strength make laconic
connoisseur
a person with good judgment (e.g., art)
contemn
to scorn or despise
contiguous
touching, neighboring near
contrite
filled with deep sorrow for wrong doing
countervail
counterbalance
crease
line made by crushing
white line on ground in crochet
cryptic
secret with a hidden meaning
cumbersome
burdensome
heavy and awkward to carry