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citadel
n. Any strong fortress.
cite
v. To refer to specifically
claimant
n. One who makes a claim or demand, as of right.
clairvoyance
n. Intuitive sagacity or perception.
clamorous
adj. Urgent in complaint or demand.
clan
n. tribe
clandestine
adj. Surreptitious.
clangor
n. Clanking or a ringing, as of arms, chains, or bells; clamor.
Clarify
v. To render intelligible
Clarion
n. A small shrill trumpet or bugle
Classify
v. To arrange in a class or classes on the basis of observed resemblance and differences.
Clearance
n. A certificate from the proper authorities that a vessel has complied with the law and may sail.
Clemency
n. Mercy.
Clement
adj. Compassionate.
Close-hauled
adj. Having the sails set for sailing as close to the wind as possible.
Clothier
n. One who makes or sells cloth or clothing.
Clumsy
adj. Awkward of movement.
Coagulate
v. To change into a clot or a jelly, as by heat, by chemical action, or by a ferment.
Coagulant
adj. Producing coagulation.
Coalescence
n. The act or process of coming together so as to form one body, combination, or product.
Coalition
n. Combination in a body or mass.
Coddle
v. To treat as a baby or an invalid.
Codicil
n. A supplement adding to, revoking, or explaining in the body of a will.
Coerce
v. To force.
Coercion
n. Forcible constraint or restraint, moral or physical.
Coercive
adj. Serving or tending to force.
Cogent
adj. Appealing strongly to the reason or conscience.
Cognate
adj. Akin.
Cognizant
adj. Taking notice.
Cohere
v. To stick together.
Cohesion
n. Consistency.
Cohesive
adj. Having the property of consistency.
Coincide
v. To correspond.
Coincidence
n. A circumstance so agreeing with another: often implying accident.
Coincident
adj. Taking place at the same time.
Collaborate
v. To labor or cooperate with another or others, especially in literary or scientific pursuits.
Collapse
v. To cause to shrink, fall in, or fail.
Collapsible
adj. That may or can collapse.
Colleague
n. An associate in professional employment.
Collective
adj. Consisting of a number of persons or objects considered as gathered into a mass, or sum.
Collector
n. One who makes a collection, as of objects of art, books, or the like.
Collegian
n. A college student.
Collide
v. To meet and strike violently.
Collier
n. One who works in a coal-mine.
Collision
n. Violent contact.
Colloquial
adj. Pertaining or peculiar to common speech as distinguished from literary.
Colloquialism
n. Form of speech used only or chiefly in conversation.
Colloquy
n. Conversation.
Collusion
n. A secret agreement for a wrongful purpose.
Colossus
n. Any strikingly great person or object.