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Calumniate
To make false and malicious statements about; slander
capacious
capable of holding much; spacious or roomy
canard
a false or baseless, usually derogatory story, report, or rumor
capricious
Witty
captious
difficult to please
carnage
the slaughter of a great number of people, as in battle; butchery; massacre
Carnal
pertaining to or characterized by the flesh or hte body, its passions and appetites
Carping
Naggingly critical or complaining
Carrion
Dead and Putrefying flesh
Castigate
To criticize or reprimand severely
Cataclysm
Any violent upheavel, esp. one of a social or political nature
Catechism
A similar Book of instruction in other subjects
Cathartic
The purging of hte Emotions or relieving of emiotional tensions
Caustic
Severely critical or sarcastic
Cavil
To raise irritating and trivial objections; find fault wiht unnecessarily
Chary
Cautios or careful; wary
Casm
A yawning fissure or deep cleft in the earths surface; gorge
Chattel
Law, a movable article of personal property
Chicanery
Deception of trickery or sophistry; a trick
Churlish
Like a churl; boorish; rude
Clarion
Clear and shrill
Coadjutor
An assistant
Coalesce
To grow together or into one body
Cogent
Convincing or believable by virtue of forcible, clear, or incisive presentation; telling
Cogitate
To htink hard; ponder; meditate