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commensurate
equal in extent (commensurate with my power)
commiserate
feel or express pity or sympathy for
commodious
spacious and comfortable
communal
held in common; of a group of ppl
compact
contract
compact
tightly packed
comparable
similer
compatible
harmonious
compelling
overpowering-irrestible
compensatory
making up for; repaying
compile
gather
complacency
self-satisfied
complaisant
trying to please; obliging
complement
complete;perfectionate
complementary
serving to complete something
compliance
readiness to yield
compliant
yielding
complicity
partcicipation
component
element ingredient
composure
mental calmness
compound
combine, increase
compound
increse,interest
comprehensive
thorough
compress
close squeze
comprise
include consist of
compromise
endanger,; settle
compunction
remorse
compute
reckon calculate
concave
hollow
concede
admit yield
conceit
self love; extravagant metaphor
concentric
common center
conception
beginning forming an idea
concerted
mutually agreed on
concession
act of yielding
concillatory
reconcilling
concise
short
conclusive
decisive
concoct
prepare by combining
concord
harmony
concur
agree
concurrent
happening at the same time
condemn
censure;
condense
make more compact or dense
condescend
bestow courtesies with superior air
condiments
seasonings
condole
express sympathetic sorrow
condone
excuse overlook forgive
conducive
contributive; tending (use "to" after word"
conduit
aqueduct; passageway for fluid
confidant
trusted friend
confine
restrict shut in
confirm
verify
confiscate
seize;commandeer
conflagration
great fire
confluence
flowing together
confound
confuse puzzle
confrontation
encounter; hostily
congeal
freeze
congenial
pleasnt; friendly
congenital
existing at birth
conglomeration
mass of material
congruent
in agreement
conifer
pinetree
conjecture
surmise; guess
conjugal
pertaining to marriage
conjure
summon;practice magic
connivance
assistance and permission of comrades to do offensive act