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cobbler.noun,.plural.cobblers
one that mends or makes boots and shoes; a deep-dish fruit pie with a thick top crust; an iced drink made of wine or liqueur, sugar and citrus fruit

chevron.noun,.plural.chevrons
a chevron is a figure, pattern or object having a V shape or an inverted V; a heraldic charge consisting of two diagonal stripes meeting at an angle usually with the point up (the chevron or arrow road sign indicates a sharp bend to the left or right); a badge or insignia.consisting of stripes meeting at an angle, worn on the sleeve of a military or police uniform to indicate rank, merit or length of service; in heraldry, a device shaped like an inverted V; a V-shaped pattern, especially a kind of fret used in architecture

connected.adjective
joined or fastened together; having a continuous path between any two points; related; associated; coherent
connectedly.adverb
connectedness.noun
connect, connected, connecting, connects.verbs
transitive verb use.to join or fasten together; to associate or consider as related (there is reason to connect the two events); join; to join to or by means of a communications circuit (they joined up as a happy couple); to plug in an electrical cord or device to an outlet
intransitive verb use.to become joined or united (two streams connecting to form a river)l to be scheduled so as to provide continuing service, as between airplanes or buses; to establish a rapport or relationship; relate (the candidate worked hard at connecting with voters); to hit or play a ball successfully (the batter connected for a home run)
connectible.or.connectable.adjective
connector.or.connecter.noun,.plural.connectors.or.connecters
connection.noun,.plural.connections
the act of connecting; the state of being connected; one that connects; a link (a faulty connection in the circuit); the logical or intelligible ordering of words or ideas; coherence; reference or relation to something else; context (in this connection, the agreement can be seen as a step toward the direction we are hoping for); a person, especially one of influence or position, with whom one is associated, as by kinship, interests in common or marriage (used her connections to land a job); a conveyance or scheduled run providing continuing service between means of transportation (was just on time for my connection in Atlanta); a line of communication between two points in a telephone or similar wired system
connectional.adjective
connective.adjective
serving or tending to connect
connective.noun,.plural.connectives
things together that connect
Grammar:.a word, such as a conjunction, that connects words, phrases, clauses and sentences
in botany, the portion of a stamen that connects the halves of an anther
connectively.adverb
connectivity.noun,.plural.connectivities
in connection with.adverb
regarding; concerning; with reference to; with regard to; with respect to; respecting; relating to; in relation to; on; connected with; on the subject of; in the matter of; apropos

connective tissue.noun,.plural.connective tissues
tissue.arising.chiefly from the embryonic.mesoderm that is characterized by a highly vascular.matrix and includes collagenous, elastic and reticular fibers, adipose (fatty) tissue, cartilage and bone, which  forms the supporting and connecting structures of the body

coat of arms.noun,.plural.coats of arms
the coat of arms of a family, town or organization is a special design in the form of a shield that they use as a symbol of their identity

consultancy.noun,.plural.consultancies
the act or an instance of consulting; a position as a consultant (accepted a three-year consultancy abroad)a business or agency offering expert or professional advice in a field (opened a financial consultancy)
consultant.noun
one that gives expert advice; one that consults another
consultantship.noun

consult, consulted, consulting, consults.verbs
transitive verb use.to seek advice or information of (consult friends and family before getting involved); to refer to (consulted a telephone directory for the number; consult one's checkbook before making a major purchase)
intransitive verb use.to exchange views; confer
consult.noun
a consultation
consulter.noun

consultation.noun
the act or process of consulting; a conference at which advice is given or views are exchanged; a meeting to gather information some persons feel is required

consul.noun
a person appointed by a government to reside in a foreign country and represent his or her government's commercial interests and assist its citizens there; either of the two chief magistrates of the ancient Roman Republic, elected for a term of one year; any of the three chief magistrates of the French Republic from 1799 to 1804; see Usage note at council
consular.adjective
consulship.noun
consul general.noun,.plural.consuls general
a consul of the highest rank serving at a principal location and usually responsible for other consular offices within a country

consulate.noun,.plural.consulates
the residence or official premises of a consul; the office, term of office or jurisdiction of a consul
consulate general.noun,.plural.consulates general
the consulate occupied by a consul general

council.noun,.plural.councils
an assembly of persons called together for consultation, deliberation.or.discussion; a body of people elected or appointed to serve in an administrative, legislative or advisory.capacity
council.attributive
often used to modify another noun (a council chamber; the council table)
Usage note:.'council', 'counsel' and 'consul' are never interchangeable as such, though their meanings are related; 'council' and 'councilor' refer principally to a deliberative assembly, such as a city council or student council, its work and its membership; 'counsel' and 'counselor' pertain chiefly to advice and guidance in general and to a person, such as a lawyer or camp counselor, who provides it; 'consul' denotes an officer in the foreign service of a country; see more Usage notes

counselor.also.counsellor.noun,.plural.counselors
a person who gives counsel (Proverbs 11:14 "Where no counsel is, the people fall, but in the multitude of counselors there is safety"); an adviser; a lawyer; a person who supervises young people at a summer camp. See Usage Note at  council
counselorship.noun

counsel.noun,.plural.counsels
the act of exchanging opinions and ideas; consultation; advice or guidance; private, guarded thoughts or opinions (keep one's own counsel)
counsel, counseled, counseling, counsels.verbs
transitive verb use.to give counsel to; advise

creek.noun,.plural.creeks
a small stream, often a shallow or intermittent.tributary to a river (tidal creeks teeming with shore wildlife)
up the creek or up the creek without a paddle.idiom
in a difficult, unfortunate.or.inextricable.position

comprehend, comprehended, comprehending, comprehends.transitive verbs
to take in the meaning, nature or importance of; grasp; apprehend; comprehension; compare overstand, understand
comprehendingly.adverb
comprehendible.adjective
comprehensible.adjective
readily comprehended or overstood; intelligible
comprehensibility or comprehensibleness.noun
comprehensibly.adverb
comprehension.noun,.plural.comprehensions
the act or fact of grasping the meaning, nature or importance of; a comprehending; the act or action of grasping with the intellect (knowledge gained by comprehending is knowledge gained by listening); the capacity for fully mastering knowledge one focuses upon; the act or process of comprising; to comprehend

comprehensive.adjective
covering completely or broadly; inclusive-(comprehensive examinations) (comprehensive insurance); having or exhibiting wide mental grasp.(comprehensive knowledge) 
comprehensively.adverb
comprehensiveness.noun

connoisseur.noun,.plural.connoisseurs
a person with expert knowledge or training, especially in the fine arts; a person of informed and discriminating taste (a connoisseur of fine wines)
connoisseurship.noun

cafe.noun,.plural.cafes
a coffeehouse, restaurant or bar; an Internet.cafe is a cafe with computers where people can pay to use the Internet and have coffee, tea and food
cafeteria.noun,.plural.cafeterias
a restaurant in which the customers are served at a counter and carry their meals on trays to tables

cousin.noun,.plural.cousins
your cousin is the child of your uncle or aunt (Bob and Ken are brothers, you then are cousin to Ken because Bob is your father, also called first cousin to Ken, so you call him uncle Ken); a second cousin is the child of one's first cousin; a first cousin is a child of your aunt or uncle; your second cousin is the child of the first cousin (and this would be your uncle and aunt's granddaughter (your dad's brother, your uncle, has a child who grows up and has a child and that person is your cousin and when he or she has a child, you then are second cousin to him or her) 
cousinhood.noun
cousinly.adjective
cousinship.noun

chassis.noun,.plural.also.chassis
the rectangular steel frame, supported on springs and attached to the axles, that holds the body and motor of an automotive vehicle; the landing gear of an aircraft, including the wheels, skids, floats and other structures that support the aircraft on land or water; the frame on which a gun carriage moves forward and backward; the framework to which the components of a radio, television or other electronic equipment are attached

coke.noun,.plural.cokes
the solid residue of impure.carbon.obtained from bituminous coal and other carbonaceous materials after removal of volatile.material by destructive.distillation, so that it can be used as a fuel and in making steel
coke, coked, coking, cokes.intransitive and transitive verbs
to convert or be converted into coke

convent.noun,.plural.convents
a community, especially of Catholic Church nuns, who have bound themselves by vows to a religious life under a superior (before we do that, let's ask Mother Superior); the building or buildings occupied by such a community
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