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conglomeration
n. mass of material sticking together
congruent
adj. in agreement; corresponding
conjecture
v. surmise; guess
conjugal
adj. pertaining to marriage
conjure
v. summon a devil; practice magic; imagine or invent
connivance
n. assistance; pretense of ignorance of something wrong; permission to offend
connoisseur
n. person competent to act as a judge of art, etc.; a lover of an art
connotation
n. suggested or implied meaning of an expression
connubial
adj. pertaining to marriage or the matrimonial state
conscientious
adj. scrupulous; careful
consecrate
v. dedicate; sanctify
consensus
n. general agreement
consequential
adj. pompous; important; self-important
conservatory
n. school of the fine arts (especially music or drama)
consign
v. deliver officially; entrust; set apart
consistency
n. absence of contradictions; dependability; uniformity; degree of thickness
console
v. lessen sadness or disappointment; give comfort
consolidation
n. unification; process of becoming firmer or stronger
consonance
n. harmony; agreement
consort
v. associate with
consort
n. husband or wife
conspicuous
adj. easily seen; noticeable; striking
conspiracy
n. treacherous plot
constituent
n. supporter
constraint
n. compulsion; repression of feelings
construe
v. explain; interpret
consummate
adj. complete
contagion
n. infection
contaminate
v. pollute
contemporary
n. person belonging to the same period
contempt
n. scorn; disdain
contend
v. struggle; compete;assert earnestly
contention
n. claim; thesis
contentious
adj. quarrelsome
contest
v. dispute
context
n. writings preceding or following the passage quoted
contiguous
adj. adjacent to; touching upon
continence
n. self-restraint; sexual chastity
contingent
adj. dependent on; conditional
contingent
n. group that makes up part of a gathering
contortions
n. twistings; distortions
contraband
n, adj. illegal trade; smuggling
contract
v. compress or shrink; make a pledge; catch a disease
contravene
v. contradict; oppose; infringe on or transgress
contrite
adj. penitent
contrived
adj. forced; artificial; not spontaneous
controvert
v. oppose with arguments; attempt to refute; contradict
conundrum
n. riddle
convene
v. assemble
convention
n. social or moral custom; established practice
conventional
adj. ordinary; typical
converge
v. approach; tend to meet; come together
conversant
adj. familiar with
converse
n. opposite
converse
v. chat; talk informally
convert
n. one who has adopted a different religion or opinion
convex
adj. curving outward
conveyance
n. vehicle; transfer
conviction
n. judgement that someone is guilty of a crime; strongly held belief
convivial
adj. festive; gay; characterized by joviality
convoke
v. call together
convoluted
adj. coiled around; involved; intricate
copious
adj. plentiful
coquette
n. flirt
cordial
adj. gracious; heartfelt
cordon
n. extended line of men or fortifications to prevent access or egress
cornucopia
n. horn overflowing with fruit and grain; symbol of abundance
corollary
n. consequence; accompaniment
coronation
n. ceremony of crowning a queen or king
corporeal
adj. bodily; material
corpulent
adj. very fat
correlation
n. mutual relationship
corroborate
v. confirm; support
corrode
v. destroy by chemical action
corrosive
adj. eating away by chemicals or disease
corrugated
adj. wrinkled; ridged
cosmic
adj. pertaining to the universe; vast
cosmopolitan
adj. sophisticated
coterie
n. group that meets socially; select circle
countenance
v. approve; tolerate
countenance
n. face
countermand
v. cancel; revoke