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to urge, coax
cajole
to set, standardize
calibrate
shrewd, careful
canny
1. (n.) a piece of cloth on which an artist paints
2. (v.) to cover, inspect
canvas
capacious
commodious
to surrender
capitulate
whimsical, arbitrary
capricious
to party, celebrate
carouse
to annoy, pester
carp
to charge, inspire
catalyze
a meeting usually held by people working toward the same goal
caucus
acerbic
caustic
to leap about, behave boisterously
cavort
1. (n.) harsh criticism
2. (v.) to rebuke formally
censure
to voice disapproval
chide
roundabout
circuitous
indirect and wordy language
circumlocution
marked off, bounded
circumscribed
cautious
circumspect
to get around
circumvent
loud noise
clamor
1. (v.) to divide into parts
2. (v.) to stick together firmly
cleave
sickeningly sweet
cloying
to thicken, clot
coagulate
to fuse into a whole
coalesce
a person who makes or repairs shoes
cobbler
to make somebody do something by force or threat
coerce
intellectually convincing
cogent
aware, mindful
cognizant
secondary
collateral
secret agreement, conspiracy
collusion
a gigantic statue or thing
colossus
self-satisfied ignorance of danger
complacency
being an accomplice in a wrongful act
complicit
contrition
compunction
to accept as valid
concede
friendly, agreeable
conciliatory
accompanying in a subordinate fashion
concomitant
a pipe or channel through which something pa
conduit
a sweet, fancy food
confection
a gathering together
confluence
to frustrate, confuse
confound
to thicken into a solid
congeal
the quality of being in agreement
congruity
to give something over to another’s care
consign
in harmony
consonant
an essential part
constituent
to interpret
construe
existing during the same time
contemporaneous
having a tendency to quarrel or dispute
contentious
to contradict, oppose, violate
contravene
penitent, eager to be forgiven
contrite
bruise, injury
contusion
puzzle, problem
conundrum
to call together
convene
intricate, complicated
convoluted
profuse, abundant
copious
warm, affectionate
cordial
the act of crowning
coronation
to support with evidence
corroborate
secretly engaged in
covert
readiness to believe
credulity
the climax toward which something progresses
culmination
abruptly and rudely short
curt
to reduce, lessen
curtail