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cozy, cozier, coziest.adjectives
marked by friendly intimacy; snug, comfortable and warm; enjoying or affording warmth and ease (a cozy lakeside cabin; children sleeping cozily with their favorite blankets); marked by or providing contentment or comfort (won by a cozy margin); marked by the intimacy of the family or a close group; marked by or suggesting close association
cozied, cozying, cozies.intransitive verbs
to try to get on friendly or intimate terms; ingratiate oneself
cozies.noun,.plural
a padded or knitted covering placed especially over a teapot to keep the tea hot
cozily.adverb
coziness.noun

corundum
an extremely hard mineral, aluminum oxide, Al2O3, sometimes containing iron, magnesia or silica, that occurs in gem varieties such as ruby and sapphire and in a common black, brown or blue form used chiefly in abrasives

chi.noun.pronounced 'key'
vital energy of the invisible which animates the body and is amplified through acupuncture and of exercise (yoga) or self-defense (as tai chi); the 22nd letter of the Greek alphabet

corrode, corroded, corroding, corrodes.verbs
transitive verb use.to impair steadily; deteriorate (poor parenting along with purposely planned stupid schooling.erodes the fire for life in children); to destroy a metal or alloy gradually, especially by oxidation or chemical action (rust destroying the old vehicle in the farmyard; acid acting upon metal thus corroding it)
intransitive verb use.to be eaten or worn away
corrodible.or.corrosible.adjectives

corrosive.adjective
having the capability or tendency to cause corrosion; the gradual destruction of metal by the effect of water, chemicals etc. or a substance such as rust produced by this process (pollutants from factories create acid rain as they rise into the atmosphere; a corrosive acid); destructive; steadily harmful (corrosive anxiety; corrosive increases in prices; corrosive government); spitefully.sarcastic (corrosive criticism)
corrosive.noun,.plural.corrosives
a substance having the capability or tendency to cause corrosion
corrosively.adverb
corrosiveness.noun

corrosion.noun,.plural.corrosions
the act or process of corroding; the condition produced by corroding; a substance, such as rust, formed by corroding

champion, championed, championing, champions.transitive verbs
if you champion a person, cause or principle, you adopt and use it in some way; an ardent defender, supporter or supposed believer of a cause or another person (ancient deceivers championed that which would earn them money, whether or not what they did was to the advantage of others); to defend or support as a champion (championed the cause of civil rights)
champion.noun,.plural.champions
if you are a champion of a person, a cause or a principle, you support or defend them; an ardent defender or supporter of a cause or another person (a champion of the homeless); one that wins first place or first prize in a competition; one that is clearly superior or has the attributes of a winner (a champion at teaching)
champion.adjective
holding first place or prize (a champion show dog)

crooked.adjective
dishonest or unscrupulous; fraudulent and deceitful; if you say that a person or their behavior is dishonest, you mean that they are not truthful or honest and that you cannot trust them (it would be dishonest not to present the data as fairly as possible; it is dishonest and fraudulent to avoid transparence to those having elected them; a crooked election; crooked politicians; crooked corporations); having or marked by bends, curves or angles
crookedly.adverb
crookedness.noun
crook.noun,.plural.crooks
one who is involved with dishonest methods; an implement or tool, such as a shepherd's staff, with a bent or curved part; a part that is curved or bent like a hook; a curve or bend; a turn (a crook in the path)
crook, crooked, crooking, crooks.verbs
transitive verb use.to make a crook in; bend
intransitive verb use.to bend or curve; bend

cud.noun
food regurgitated from the first stomach to the mouth of a ruminant and chewed again; something held in the mouth and chewed

chemical.adjective
of or relating to chemistry; of or relating to the properties or actions of chemicals
chemical.noun,.plural.chemicals
a substance with a distinct.molecular.composition that is produced by or used in a chemical process
chemically.adverb

chemistry.noun,.plural.chemistries
the science of the composition, structure, properties and reactions of matter, especially of atomic and molecular.systems; the composition, structure, properties and reactions of a substance; see Mendeleev Periodic Table of Elements; the elements of a complex.entity.and their dynamic.interrelation (the chemistry of love attracts and keeps couples together); mutual attraction or sympathy; rapport (the chemistry was good between the partners)

counterbalance.noun
a force or influence equally counteracting another; a weight that acts to balance another; a counterpoise or counterweight; to counterbalance something means to balance or correct it with something that has an equal but opposite effect
counterbalance, counterbalanced, counterbalancing, counterbalances.transitive verbs
to act as a counteracting force, influence or weight to; counterpoise; to oppose with an equal force; offset

counterpoise.noun
a counterbalancing weight; a force or influence that balances or equally counteracts another; the state of being in equilibrium
counterpoise, counterpoised, counterpoising, counterpoises.transitive verbs
to oppose with an equal weight; counterbalance; to act against with an equal force or power; offset

conflate, conflated, conflating, conflates.transitive verbs
to bring together; meld or fuse into one; to combine (two variant texts, for example) into one whole
conflation.noun

cord.noun,.plural.cords
a slender length of flexible material usually made of twisted strands or fibers and used to bind, tie, connect or support; a string; an insulated, flexible electric wire fitted with a plug or plugs (go plug in the toaster); an influence, feeling or force that binds or restrains; a bond or tie (the cord that runs in the family is strong); in anatomy, a long ropelike structure, such as a nerve or tendon (spinal cord); a raised rib on the surface of cloth; a fabric or cloth with such ribs (cords; trousers made of corduroy); a unit of quantity for cut wood used for fuel, equal to a stack measuring 4×4×8 feet or 128 cubic feet (3.62 cubic meters)
cordage.noun,.plural.cordages
cords or ropes, such as in the rigging of a ship; the amount of wood in an area as measured in cords
cord, corded, cording, cords.transitive verbs
to fasten or bind with a cord; to pile wood in cords
corder.noun,.plural.corders

cripple.noun,.plural.cripples
one that is partially disabled or unable to use a limb or limbs (cannot race a horse that is a cripple); a damaged or defective object or device
cripple, crippled, crippling, cripples.transitive verbs
to cause to lose the use of a limb or limbs; do disable, damage, or impair the functioning of (the remote controlled hobby helicopter hit a tree, severely crippling it)
crippler.noun
something that limits normal functioning ability (the device added to the truck, ensured that it would not exceed the speed limit)

care.noun
an object or source of concern (he cared greatly for the love of mankind; the many cares of a working parent); caution in avoiding harm or danger (take care on you trip; handled the crystal bowl with care); close attention; painstaking application (painting the window frames and sashes with care; upkeep; maintenance (a safe new product for the care of fine floors; hair care products); watchful oversight; charge or supervision (left the child in the care of a neighbor); attentive assistance or treatment to those in need (a hospital that provides emergency care)
care, cared, caring, cares.verbs
intransitive verb use.to be concerned or interested (once inside, we didn't care whether it rained or not); to provide needed assistance or watchful supervision (cared for the wounded; caring for an aged relative at home); to object or mind (if no one cares, I'll smoke); to have a liking or attachment (didn't care for the movie); to have a wish; be inclined (would you care for another helping of potatoes?
transitive verb use.to wish; desire (would you care to dance?)

careful.adjective
attentive to potential danger, error or harm; cautious (was careful when crossing the busy street; gave a careful answer); thorough and painstaking in action or execution; conscientious (a careful search; careful art restorers)' protective; solicitous (be careful of her feelings; full of cares or anxiety:.Luke 10:41
carefully.adverb
carefulness.noun

carefree.adjective
free of worries and responsibilities; a carefree person or period of time doesn't have or involve any problems, worries or responsibilities (she remembered carefree past summers at the beach relaxing and getting tanned)
carefreeness.noun
the cheerful feeling you have when nothing is troubling you; lightheartedness; the trait of being without worry or responsibility

careless.adjective
taking insufficient care; negligent (a careless housekeeper; careless proofreading); marked by or resulting from lack of forethought or thoroughness (a careless mistake); showing a lack of consideration (a careless remark); unconcerned or indifferent; heedless: careless of the consequences; effortless (danced with careless grace); exhibiting a disposition.that is free from cares; cheerful (a careless grin); heedless; thoughtless
carelessly.adverb
carelessness.noun
the quality of not being careful or taking pains to ensure something the attention is on is done to the best one is able to do; inaccuracy, inattention, inconsiderateness, indiscretion, irresponsibility, laxity, laxness, neglect, negligence, omission, remiss, slack, sloppiness, thoughtlessness

calcine, calcined, calcining, calcines.verbs
transitive verb use.to heat a substance to a high temperature but below the melting or fusing point, in order to cause loss of moisture, reduction or oxidation and the decomposition of carbonates and other compounds
intransitive verb use.to undergo calcination
calcination.noun
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