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cognition
perception, process of knowing
cognizant
having knowledge
coherent
logically connected
cohesion
sticking together
cohort
a company or band, a single associate or colleague
colander
container with holes for allowing liquids to drain off
collate
collect in order, check that pages of a text are in order
collateral
side by side; securities for a debt
colloquial
of speech and informal writing, conversational
colloquy
conversation, conference
collusion
secret agreement, conspiracy
colophon
inscription in a book giving information on its production
comatose
lethargic, of or like a coma
comity
friendly feeling as between neighbors
commensurate
equal
comminute
reduce to fine particles
commiseration
sympathy for suffering
commodious
roomy
commodore
a naval officer
commutation
substitution of one thing for another; regular travel between home and work
compact
agreement
compatible
harmonious
compensate
be equal to, make up for
complacent
self-satisfied
complement
that which completes, a full set or quantity
compliant
yielding to others
component
part, constituent
comprise
include, be made up of, consist of
compunction
remorse, uneasiness
concatenate
join in a chain
concentric
with the same center
conception
beginning, original idea, mental image
concerted
mutually agreed upon
conciliate
gain good will, pacify
concise
brief, expressing much in few words
conclave
a private meeting
concomitant
something that accompanies
concordat
a compact, formal agreement
concurrent
running together, happening at the same time
condign
well-deserved
condiment
spice, seasoning
condole
express sympathy
condone
pardon, overlook an offense
conducive
leading to, helping
conduit
pipe
confidant
one to whom secrets are confided
confiscate
to seize, appropriate
conflagration
large fire
conformity
harmony, agreement
confute
to overwhelm by argument
congeal
to change from a fluid to a solid, to curdle
congenital
inherent, dating from birth
conglomerate
mixture of many things