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Clairvoyance
Superhuman insight or perceptiveness
Clandestine
Kept or done in secret; surreptitious
Clangor
Loud clanging; clamor
Clarion
Loud and clear
Clemency/clement
A disposition to show mercy/inclined to show mercy
Clothier
One that makes or sells cloth or clothing
Coagulate/coagulant
To change into a clot or jelly (from a solid or liquid)/causing coagulation
Coalesce/coalescence
To fuse together; unite/union; coalition
Coalition
An alliance or a union; coalescence
Coddle
To treat indulgently, as a baby
Codicil
Addendum to a will
Coerce/coercion/coercive
To force or compel/the act of forcing/serving or tending to force
Cogent
Appealing to the conscience; convincing
Cognate
Related, akin
Cognizant
Having full knowledge or understanding; fully informed
Collegian
A college student
Collier
A coal-miner
Colloquial/colloquialism
Pertaining to commons speech/colloquial style
Colloquy
Conversation
Collusion
An agreement for a wrongful purpose
Comely
Pleasing, attractive, suitable
Comestible
Fit to be eaten; edible
Commingle
To cause to be blended; to become blended
Commissariat
The department of the army in charge of providing food for the troops
Commission
To empower or give authority OR the act of giving said authority OR the authority so granted
Commodity
Something bought or sold OR a benefit
Complacent/complacence
Satisfied with oneself/satisfaction with oneself
Complaisant/complaisance
Willing, obliging/the inclination to comply willingly
Complement
To make complete OR something that completes
Complicity
Involvement as an accomplice
Comport
To conduct or behave oneself
Compulsion/compulsory
The state or act of being forced/forced, required
Compunction
Remorseful feeling
Concede
To surrender
Concession
Anything granted after a demand or petition
Conciliate/conciliatory
To appease or gain friendship; reconcile/tending to reconcile
Conclusive
Serving to end doubt; decisive
Concord/concordance
Harmony/harmony
Concurrent
Occurring or acting together
Condolence
Expression of sympathy
Conduce/conducive
To bring about or lead to a specific result/contributing to an end
Conduit
A means for conducting something, particularly a tube
Confectionery
Candy a confectioner makes or sells
Confederacy/confederate
A number of states or persons in compact or league with each other, as for mutual aid/a member of said league
Confer/conferee
To bestow/a person with whom another confers