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controvert, controverted, controverting, controverts.transitive verbs
to raise arguments against; voice opposition to; (from controversy); to dispute or oppose by reasoning (controvert a point in a discussion)
intransitive verb senses.to engage in controversy
controvertible.adjective
controverter.noun

contumacy.noun,.plural.contumacies
obstinate or contemptuous resistance to authority; stubborn rebelliousness
contumacious.adjective
obstinately disobedient or rebellious; insubordinate
contumaciously.adverb
contumaciousness.noun

contumely.noun,.plural.contumelies 
harsh language or treatment arising from haughtiness and contempt; an instance of such language or treatment

conundrum.noun,.plural.conundrums
a conundrum is a problem or puzzle which is difficult or near impossible to solve; a puzzling question or problem; a paradoxical, seemingly.insoluble or difficult problem; a plight; a dilemma

convection.noun
the act or process of conveying; transmission
Physics: in physics, heat transfer in a gas or liquid by the circulation of currents from one region to another
convectional, convective.adjectives
convectively.adverb

converse.noun
something that has been reversed; an opposite; to turn around converse.adjective
reversed in order, relation or action; being a logical or mathematical converse; contrary
conversely.adverb

converse, conversed, conversing, converses.intransitive verbs
to engage in a spoken exchange of thoughts, ideas or feelings; talk; speak
conversely.adjective

conversant.adjective
familiar, as by study or experience (conversant with medieval history)
conversantly.adverb

conversation.noun
a talk; a spoken exchange of thoughts, opinions and feelings; a skill which can be learnt for interacting.intelligently with others (conversation is short informal speaking) 
conversationally.adverb
conversational.adjective

convert, converted, converting, converts.transitive verbs
to change; transform
convert.noun,.plural.converts
a person converted to belief in God and Emmanuel.Christ from an ordinary ego bound consciousness way of living
unconverted
one in ordinary living consciousness; not yet of higher consciousness
conversion.noun
a change from lack of faith to belief in God and Emmanuel the Christ, the things of a higher consciousness; a change from one belief, opinion, doctrine, etc. to another
convertible.adjective
that can be converted (a convertible sofa bed); having a top that can be folded back or removed (a convertible automobile); exchangeable for gold or another currency (dollars convertible into gold)
convertible.noun,.plural.convertibles
something that can be converted; a convertible automobile; a convertible security such as gold
convertibility.noun,.plural.convertibilities
convertibleness.noun
convertibly.adverb

convey, conveyed, conveying, conveys.transitive verbs
to communicate or make known; impart; to take or carry from one place to another; transport; to serve as a medium of transmission for; transmit.(the speech that conveys intelligence will reach the minds of listeners; wires that convey electricity)
conveyable.adjective

conveyance.noun
the act of conveying; a means of conveying, especially a vehicle for transportation
Law:.in law, transfer of title to property from one person to another; the document by which a property transfer is effected

cope, coped, coping, copes.intransitive verbs
to contend with difficulties and act to overcome them (coping with child rearing and a full-time job); to deal with and attempt to overcome problems and difficulties; meet, encounter
coper.noun

corollary.noun,.plural.corollaries, also.adjective
something that accompanies or parallels (side by side); a corollary of something is an idea, argument or fact that results directly from it (the number of prisoners increased as a corollary of the people's determination in getting government to combat violent crime); a corollary of something is an idea, argument or fact that results directly from it (corollaries of love are kindness, helpfulness, etc.; corollaries of genetically modified food and vaccinations, are sickness and slow death); something that naturally follows; a result; a natural consequence or effect; something that naturally follows; a proposition inferred immediately from a proved proposition with little or no additional proof; a deduction or an inference
corollary.adjective

correlate, correlated, correlating, correlates.verbs
transitive use.to put or bring into causal, complementary, parallel or reciprocal relation; to establish or demonstrate as having a correlation (correlated good behavior with happiness)
intransitive use.to be related by a correlation
correlate.adjective
related by a correlation, especially having corresponding.characteristics.(example, correlates of love are listed here)
correlate.noun
either of two correlate entities; a correlative

correlation.noun,.plural.correlations
a close or mutual relation (a correlation between being happy and living long)
correlative, correlational, correlativity.adjectives
the degree or state of correlation 
correlate.noun
closely and naturally related
correlational.adjective

correlative.adjective
related; corresponding
correlative.noun
either of two correlative entities; a correlate
correlatively.adverb
Grammar:.indicating a reciprocal or complementary relationship: a correlative.conjunction

corolla.noun
the petals of a flower considered as a group or unit
corollate.adjective
compare correlate above

corporeal.adjective
physical; of a material.nature; corporeal means involving or relating to the physical world rather than the spiritual world (man's corporeal existence); relating to the body, rather than to the invisible things of mind, feelings or spirit
corporeality.noun
corporeally.adverb
corporeity.noun
the state or quality of being corporeal; compare incorporeal

corpuscle.noun,.plural.corpuscles
a living cell; especially one (as a red or white blood cell or a cell in cartilage or bone) not aggregated into continuous tissues; any of various small circumscribed multicellular bodies 
corpuscular.adjective

correspond, corresponded, corresponding, corresponds.intransitive verbs
to be in agreement with something; harmony or conformity; to be similar or equivalent.in character, quantity, origin, structure.or function; equate
correspondence.noun
agreement; conformity; also, to communicate by exchanging letters
correspondent.noun,.plural.correspondents
one who communicates by means of letters; one employed by the print or broadcast media to supply news stories or articles (a foreign correspondent); something that corresponds; a correlative
correspondent.adjective
corresponding
correspondently.adverb

corresponding.adjective
having the same or nearly the same relationship; accompanying another (a position and its corresponding problems); having been assigned the responsibility of written communications (a corresponding secretary); participating at a distance from the rest of a group (a corresponding member of the bar association)
correspondingly.adverb

corroborate, corroborated, corroborating, corroborates.transitive verbs
to support with evidence; make more certain; confirm
corroboratory.adjective
corroboration, corroborative, corroborator.nouns

caveat.noun
a caveat is a warning of a specific limitation of something such as information or an agreement; a warning that something may not be completely true, effective, etc.; a qualification or explanation; a modifying or cautionary.detail to be considered when evaluating, interpreting or doing something (we can't proceed until the caveat holding us back is removed; she went to Paris with the caveat being she would come back immediately upon being called)
caveat, caveated, caveating, caveats.verbs
transitive verb use.to qualify with a warning or clarification (the spokesperson caveated the statement with a reminder that certain.facts were still unknown); a caveat is a warning of a specific.limitation of something such as information or an agreement
intransitive verb use.Law:.to enter a caveat

chivalrous.adjective
characterized by consideration and courtesy, especially toward women; having the qualities of gallantry and honor attributed to an ideal knight; of or relating to chivalry
chivalrously.adverb
chivalrousness.noun

chivalric.adjective
of or relating to chivalry

chivalry.noun,.plural.chivalries
the medieval system, principles and customs of knighthood; chivalrous qualities idealized by knighthood, such as bravery, courtesy, honor and gallantry toward women; a manifestation of any of these qualities

circumscribe, circumscribed, circumscribing, circumscribes.transitive verbs
to draw a line around; encircle; to limit narrowly; restrict; to determine the limits of; define; limit; to enclose (a polygon or polyhedron) within a configuration of lines, curves or surfaces so that every vertex of the enclosed object is incident on the enclosing configuration; to erect (such a configuration) around a polygon or polyhedron (circumscribe a circle around a square)
circumscribable.adjective
circumscriber.noun

condense, condensed, condensing, condenses.verbs
transitive verb use.to reduce the volume or compass of; contract; to make more concise; abridge or shorten; to remove water from (milk, for example)
intransitive verb use.to become more compact; to undergo condensation
condensability.noun
condensable.or.condensible.adjective
Physics:.to cause a gas or vapor to change to a liquid
condensation.noun
the act of condensing; the state of being condensed; a condensate (a product of condensation); the liquid so formed condensational.adjective
Physics:.the process by which a gas or vapor changes to a liquid
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