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Calamity
An event with disastrous consequences
Canny
Shrewd, careful, circumspect, astute
Carouse
To party, celebrate
Carp
To annoy, pester, badger
Catalyze
To charge, inspire
Cavort
To leap about, to behave boisterously
Cerebral
Related to the intellect
Chide
To voice disapproval
Circuitous
Roundabout
Circumscribed
Marked off, bounded
Circumvent
To get around, bypass
Cleave
To stick together firmly
Cloying
Sickeningly sweet
Coagulate
To thicken, clot
Coalesce
To fuse into a whole
Cognizant
Aware, mindful, circumspect, canny, astute
Collateral
Secondary OR security for a debt
Collusion
Secret agreement, conspiracy
Commensurate
Corresponding in size or amount, proportionate
Complicit
Being an accomplice in a wrongful act
Compunction
Distress caused by feeling guilty
Conciliatory
Friendly, agreeable
Concomitant
Accompanying in a subordinate fashion
Concord
Harmonious agreement
Condolence
Expression of sympathy in sorrow
Condone
To pardon, deliberately overlook
Confection
A sweet, fancy food
Confidant
A person entrusted with secrets [Kayla in English]
Confluence
A gathering together
Confound
To frustrate or confuse
Congeal
To thicken into a solid, coagulate
Congenial
Pleasantly agreeable, conciliatory
Connive
To plot, scheme
Consign
To give something over to another's care
Consonant
In harmony
Constituent
An essential part
Construe
To interpret [Alucard in Dawn of Sorrow]
Consummate
To complete a deal
Contemporaneous
Existing during the same time
Contentious
Having a tendency to quarrel or dispute
Contravene
To contradict, oppose, violate
Contrite
Penitent, eager to be forgiven
Contusion
Bruise, injury
Convene
To call together
Convention
An assembly of people OR a rule, custom
Convivial
Characterized by feasting, drinking, merriment
Copious
Profuse, abundant
Corpulence
Extreme fatness
Corroborate
To support with evidence
Cosmopolitan
Sophisticated, worldly
Covert
Secretly engaged in, clandestine, surreptitious
Credulity
Readiness to believe [Mary Jane in Spider-Man 2]
Culmination
The climax toward which something progresses
Culpable
Deserving blame
Cupidity
Greed, strong desire
Curt
Abruptly and rudely short
Curtail
To lessen, reduce