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Cacophony
Unpleasant mixture of sounds; harsh noise; discord

noun
Cajole
To deceive by flattery; to coax

verb
Candor
Opennes; straight forwardness

noun
Cantankerous
Hard or irritating to deal with

adj
Capacious
Able to hold much

adj
Capitulate
Surrender: yeild to an enemy on conditions agreed upon

verb
Caprcious
Unpredicatable; controlled by whims

adj
Castigate
Punish severly; criticize severly

verb
Celerity
Swiftness; fast

noun
Censure
Disapprove; criticize; fault finding
Charlatan
Imposter (one who assumes an identity or title to deceive others)

noun
Chary
Chary (burned to charcoal or scorch)

adj
Chasten
To discipline or punish for the purpose of makeing better

verb
Chastise
Punish by scolding or beating

verb
Chicanery
Trickery (scheme to deceive; prank; deceptive)

noun
Choler
Anger

noun
Circumscribe
Draw a line around; to confine

verb
Circumspect
Cautious

adj
Clemency
Mercy; pity; kindness

noun
Clique
Smal exclusive group of people

noun
Cloister
A convent or monastery; isolated from the outside world

noun
Coalesce
To grow together; unite into one body

verb
Coalition
Union; combination; temporary alliance

noun
Coerce
Force someone to do something against his/her will

verb
Collate
To compare carefully to learn the difference between the copies; arrange pages in proper sequence

verb
Color
To influence, affect or alter

verb
Compel
To urge forcefully or irresistibly

verb
Complacent
Self-satisfied; self-important
Concede
Accept; admit; allow; surrender

verb
Conciliatory
Making peace, attempting to solve a dispute through goodwill

adj
Condone
To excuse; to forgive an offense

verb
Confound
To confuse; to mix up

verb
Consonance
Harmony; agreement

noun
Conspicuous
Standing out very noticably; obvious
Consummate
To complete fully and perfectly

verb
Contagion
Poison, diseease spead by contact

noun
Contend
To struggle and compete in a fight or competition

verb
Contrite
Feeling remorse or sorry for wrongdoing

adj
Conundrum
A puzzling question; a riddle
Convivial
Festive; fond of feasting

adj
Copious
Plentiful

adj
Cordial
Sincere and warm

adj
Corporeal
Related to the body; material; physical

adj
Corroborate
To confirm or to give support to a belief or a statement

verb
Culpable
Deserving blame; guilty

adj
Cupidity
Greed for gain, especially for property or money

noun
Cursory
To work in a hurry without paying attention to details

adj