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cog
n. tooth projecting from a wheel
cohere
vb. stick together
cognate
adj. on the same side because of blood adj. related
cogitate
vb. think over
cognomen
n. family name
cognizance
n. knowledge
cohesion
n. force which keeps parts together
cohort
n. armed band
collate
vb. examine in order to verify that it is genuine vb. arrange in order
collaborate
vb. work together
colloquial
adj. pertaining to conversational or common speech
colander
n. utensil with holes on the bottom for things to pass through
coincident
adj. occurring at the same time
collier
n. worker in coal mine n. ship carrying coal
coeval
adj. linv at the same time as adj. contemporary
collateral
n. security given for loan
collation
n. a light meal
comely
adj. attractive adj. agreeable
collusion
n. secret agreement to do something for an illegal and deceiving purpose
colloquy
n. informal discussion
colossal
adj. huge
combustible
adj. easily burned
comatose
adj. in a coma adj. extremely sleepy
commandeer
vb. draft for miliatry purposes vb. take for public use
comity
n. courtesy n. politeness
comestible
n. something that is meant to be eaten
compensatory
adj. making up for adj. repaying
commiserate
vb. feel or express pity or sympathy for
commensurate
adj. equal in something done
commodious
adj. spacious and comfortable
compendium
n. brief comprehensive summary
communal
adj. held in common adj. of a group of people
compatible
adj. getting along with adj. in harmony with
compact
n. agreement n. contract
complement
n. that which completes
compilation
n. listing of statistical information in tabular or book form
complacent
adj. self-satisfied
complaisant
adj. trying to please adj. mandatory
compliant
adj. giving in
cogent
adj. convincing