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Callous
संवेदनहीन
Caricature
मनुष्य का मांस खाने वाला
Celibate
अविवाहित
Centenarian
सो साल का
Chaotic
अस्त व्यस्त
Commemorate
किसी की याद में कोई समारोह मनाना
Conceited
जो अपने बारे में घमंड करें
Concubinage
बिना शादी के रहना
Congenital
जन्मजात
connoisseur
person competent to act as a judge of art, etc. (whose judgments are respected); a lover of an art
convalesce
to rest in order to get better after an illness; to recover
corroborate
to provide supporting evidence
cosmopolitan
Made up of persons, elements, or influences from many different parts of the world.
Credulous
too trusting; gullible
crusade
a war of religion
cynical
unwilling to think good of something
capsize
(of a boat) turn over
concurrent
happening at the same time; in agreement
prebendary
An honorary canon of a cathedral or collegiate church.
cathedral
a very big church
chapel
small church (in a prison, college, or hospital)
consternation
great shock; dismay
constriction
to make or become tighter and narrower
curmudgeon
churlish, miserly individual; bad-tempered old person
Coffer
a strongbox; a large chest for money
convention
social or moral custom; established practice; formal meeting; international agreement
convey
To transport from one place to another;to transmit or make known
Coterie
an intimate group of persons with a similar purpose
colt
A young male horse.
coercion
use of force to get someone to object; compelling; V. coerce
cajolement
use if flattery to make someone agree
constellation
group of star
callous
hardened; unfeeling; without sympathy for the sufferings of others; unkind
Calumny
a false and malicious accusation; misrepresentation
carol
a religious folk song
cenotaph
A monument erected to honour the dead whose bodies lie elsewhere; especially members of the armed forces who died in battle.
clique
a small group of friends who are unfriendly to people outside the group
coffle
A line of animals or slaves fastened or driven along together.
complacent
pleased with oneself; self-satisfied
conflagration
a large destructive fire
contingency
A future event or circumstance that is possible but cannot be predicted with certainty.
cosmocrat
a ruler of the world
criteria
standards used in judging; CF. criterion