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collusion
conspiring in a fraudulent scheme
commiserate
feel or express pty or sympathy for
complacent
self-satisfied; smug
compliance
readiness to yeild; conformity in fulfilling requirements
concerted
mutually agreed on; done together
condescend
act conscious of descending to a lower level; patronize
condole (with)
express sympathetic
condone
overlook voluntarily; forgive
conflagration
great fire
congeal
freeze; coagulate
congenial
pleasant; friendly
consequence
self-importance; pomposity
console
lessen sadness or disappointment
consolidation
unification; process of becoming firmer or stronger
conspicuous
easily seen; noticeable; striking
constituent
resident of a district represented by an elected official
constraint
compulsion; repression of feelings
contagion
infection
contempt
scorn; disdain
contention
claim; thesis, strife
contentious
quarrelsome
contingent
dependent on; conditional// group that makes up part of a gathering, possible, accidental
contortion
twisting; distortion
contrite
penitent; remorseful
convention
social or moral custom; established practice
convoluted
complex and involved; intricate; winding; coiled
corroborate
confirm; support
covert
secret; hidden; implied
covetous
avaricious; eagerly desirous of
crass
very unrefined; grossly insensible
credulity
belief on slight evident; gullibility; vaivete
cull
pick out; reject
culmination
attainment of highest point
culpable
deserving blame
cumbersome
heavy; hard to manage
curb
restrain
cursory
casual; hastily done
curtail
shorten; reduce
cynical
skeptical or distrustful of human motives
dabble
work at in a onserious fashion; splash around
dawdle
loiter; waste time
dearth
scarcity
debase
reduce in quality or value; lower in esteem
debilitate
weaken; enfeeble
decadence
decay or decline, espeically moral; self-indulgencw
decorous
proper, dignified- good taste in manners/conduct
decry
express strong disapproval of; disparage
deducible
drived by reasoning
defamation
false or unjustified injury of the good reputation of another
defeatist
attitude of one who is ready to accept defeat as a natrual outcome