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Conciliate
v. To obtain the friendship of.
Conciliatory
adj. Tending to reconcile.
Conclusive
adj. Sufficient to convince or decide.
Concord
n. Harmony.
Concordance
n. Harmony.
Concur
v. To agree.
Concurrence
n. Agreement.
Concurrent
adj. Occurring or acting together.
Concussion
n. A violent shock to some organ by a fall or a sudden blow.
Condensation
n. The act or process of making dense or denser.
Condense
v. To abridge.
Condescend
v. To come down voluntarily to equal terms with inferiors.
Condolence
n. Expression of sympathy with a person in pain, sorrow, or misfortune.
Conduce
v. To bring about.
Conducive
adj. Contributing to an end.
Conductible
adj. Capable of being conducted or transmitted.
Conduit
n. A means for conducting something, particularly a tube, pipe, or passageway for a fluid.
Confectionery
n. The candy collectively that a confectioner makes or sells, as candy.
Confederacy
n. A number of states or persons in compact or league with each other, as for mutual aid.
Confederate
n. One who is united with others in a league, compact, or agreement.
Confer
v. To bestow.
Conferee
n. A person with whom another confers.
Confessor
n. A spiritual advisor.
Confidant
n. One to whom secrets are entrusted.
Confide
v. To reveal in trust or confidence.
Confidence
n. The state or feeling of trust in or reliance upon another.
Confident
adj. Assured.
Confinement
n. Restriction within limits or boundaries.
Confiscate
v. To appropriate (private property) as forfeited to the public use or treasury.
Conflagration
n. A great fire, as of many buildings, a forest, or the like.
Confluence
n. The place where streams meet.
Confluent
n. A stream that unites with another.
Conformance
n. The act or state or conforming.
Conformable
adj. Harmonious.
Conformation
n. General structure, form, or outline.
Conformity
n. Correspondence in form, manner, or use.
Confront
v. To encounter, as difficulties or obstacles.
Congeal
v. To coagulate.
Congenial
adj. Having kindred character or tastes.
Congest
v. To collect into a mass.
Congregate
v. To bring together into a crowd.
Coniferous
adj. Cone-bearing trees.
Conjecture
n. A guess.
Conjoin
v. To unite.
Conjugal
adj. Pertaining to marriage, marital rights, or married persons
Conjugate
adj. Joined together in pairs.
Conjugation
n. The state or condition of being joined together.
Conjunction
n. The state of being joined together, or the things so joined.
Connive
v. To be in collusion.
Connoisseur
n. A critical judge of art, especially one with thorough knowledge and sound judgment of art.