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connoisseur
someone with informed and discriminating judgment, espec in art literature or taste
consensus
collective uniformity of opinion; general agreement in feeling or belief
construe
to analyze, explain, interpret or understand
consummate
adj:complete or perfect in highest degree
verb: To bring to completion or perfection
copious
large in number or quantity
corpulent
fat and bulky
corroborate
to confirm the truth or accuracy of
counsel
noun: advice secured through consultation
verb: to advise or recommend as a course of action
credibility
the ability to inspire belief or trust
criterion
a standard or principal on which to base a judgement or decision
crucial
at a point that will determine the final outcome, critical
culpable
at fault; blameworthy
cursory
hasty and superficial
curtail
to shorten or reduce
cynical
doubting or denying honesty, bitter/negative
dapper
neatly and stylishly dressed
defect
noun: a flaw or shortcoming
verb: to desert one country, cause, or like for another
defer
to put of/postpone
to yeald
dejected
in very low spirits
delete
to strike out or remove
delineate
to make an logical order/ to set forth
delinquent
adj:neglectful of a duty or obligation
noun: a person that is neglectful; an offender
delude
to mislead or deceive
demure
modest and reserved in dress
denouement
the point at which the plot of a novel is finally resolved
desultory
shifting from one thing to another without reason or purpose: random
deviate
verb: to move away from
noun: a person who differs from normal
devoid
empty; lacking in
devout
deeply religious, earnest, sincere
dexterous
skillful in using one's hands or mind; clever