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champion
support militantly
charlatan
quack, pretender of knowledge
chary
caution; sparing/restrained about giving
chase
ornament metal by indenting
chassis
car skeleton
chasten
correct by punishment/scolding

restrain
chastened
humbled, subdued, rebuked
chauvinist
zealous adherent to group or cause or country
check
stop motion
curb/ restrain
cherckered
marked by changes in fortune
chicanery
trickery, deception
chimerical
fantastically improbable, highly unrealistic, imaginative
chisel
swindle/cheat
cut with chisel
chortle
chuckle with delight
to chronicle
report, record
churlish
boorish, rude
cipher
non entity, worthless person or thing

secret code
circlet
small ring, band
circuitou
roundabout
circumlocution
unnecessary wording and indirect speech, evasive lang
circumscribe
limit, confine, define
circumspect
prudent, cautious
circumvent
outwit, baffle
cistern
reservoir/ water tank
clamber
climb by crawling
clamor
noise
clangor
loud, resounding noise
clapper
tongue of bell
clarion
shrill, trumpetlike sound
cleave
split, sever
cling to
remain faithful to

also, cleavage n. and cloven adj
cleft
split
clemency
disposition to be lenient
mildness of weather
climactic
relating to highest point
clime
region, climate
cloister
monastery convent
clout
great influence
cloying
distasteful because excessively sweet or sentimental
coagulate
thicken, congeal, clot
coda
end of piece of music or literature
coddle
pamper, treat gently
codicil
supplement to body of will
codify
arrange as code
classify
coeval
living at the same time as
cog
tooth projecting from wheel
cogent
convincing
cogitate
think over
cognate
related linguistically
allied by blood
similar
cognizance
knowledge
cohere
stick together
cohorts
armed band
coin
make money,
invent/fabricate