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conflate, conflated, conflating, conflates.transitive verbs
to bring together; meld or fuse; to combine into one whole
conflation.noun,.plural.conflations

count, counted, counting, counts.verbs
transitive verb use.to name or list the units of a group or collection (he counted the marbles so that each person got 8 for the game); one by one in order to determine a total; to number; to enumerate; to recite numerals in ascending order up to and including (count twenty before coming to find where you're hiding); to include in a reckoning; take account of (ten dogs, counting the puppies); to include by or as if by counting (count me in); to exclude by or as if by counting (count me out)
intransitive verb use.to recite or list numbers in order or enumerate items by units or groups (counted by tens); to have a specified.importance or value in a matter (their opinions count); to keep time by counting the beats in music
count.noun,.plural.counts
the act of counting or calculating; a number reached by counting; the totality of specific.items in a particular sample (a white blood cell count)
count on.phrasal verb
to rely on; depend on (you can count on my help); to be confident of; anticipate (counted on getting a raise)

count.noun,.plural.counts
a nobleman in some European countries

client.noun,.plural.clients
a customer or patron (clients of the hotel); the party for which professional.services are rendered, as by an attorney; a person using the services of a social services agency
clientage.noun,.plural.clientages
cliental.adjective
clientele.noun,.plural.clienteles
a body of customers or patrons (a restaurant's clientele); the clients of a professional person or practice considered as a group

churchy, churchier, churchiest.adjectives
conforming or adhering.rigorously to the practices or creeds of a church; of, suitable for or suggesting a church; meaning in the Bible
church.noun,.plural.churches
a building for public, especially.Christian.worship, whereas a Moslem place of worship is called a mosque; a church or group of worshipers.adhering to a specific.creed, such as say, an Episcopalian or Lutheran group of parishioners
church, churched, churching, churches.transitive verbs
to conduct a church service for
church.adjective
of.or.relating.to the church; ecclesiastical

confession.noun,.plural.confessions
the act or process of confessing; confession is the act of admitting that you have done something that you are ashamed of or embarrassed about; something confessed is unfortunately, often a qualification
confess, confessed, confessing, confesses.verbs
transitive verb use.to disclose something damaging or inconvenient to oneself; to admit; to acknowledge; to profess; to make known one's sins to a priest
intransitive verb use.to admit or acknowledge something damaging or inconvenient to oneself (the suspect confessed to the crime); to disclose one's sins to a priest; to listen to a confession (what about this confession our sins to another?)
confessable.adjective
confessedly.adverb

carom.noun,.plural.caroms
a collision followed by a rebound; in the game of billiards in which the cue ball successively strikes two other balls; also called billiard; a similar shot in a related game, such as pool
carom, caromed, caroming, caroms.verbs
intransitive verb use.to collide and rebound; glance (the car caromed off the guard rail into the ditch); to make a carom, as in billiards
transitive verb use.to cause to carom

caption.noun,.plural.captions
a title, short explanation or description accompanying an illustration or a photograph; a subtitle in a motion picture; in law. the heading of a pleading or other document having an identification number, the parties the action is about, the name of the court to hear the case and how long the court action may take to finish
caption, captioned, captioning, captions.transitive verbs
to furnish a caption for

child.noun,.plural.children
a person between birth and puberty; an unborn infant; a fetus; an infant; a baby; one who is childish or immature; a son or daughter; an offspring; members of a tribe; descendants (children of Abraham:.Galatians 3:7 "...they which are of faith are the same as the children of Abraham."); an individual regarded as strongly affected by another or by a specified time, place or circumstance(a child of nature; a child of the Sixties)
with child.idiom
pregnant
childless.adjective
does not have any children (she is childless at this time)
childlessness.noun
childish.adjective
of, relating.to.or.suitable for a child or childhood (a high, childish voice; childish playing); marked by or indicating a lack of maturity (childish pranks); not complicated; simple
childishly.adverb
childishness.noun

credit.noun,.plural.credits
if you are allowed credit, you are allowed to pay for goods or services several weeks or months after you have received them (you can ask for a discount whether you pay cash or buy on credit); if someone or their bank account is in credit, their bank account has money in it; a credit is a sum of money which is added to an account (the credit in her bank account was for an error the bank made); interest on deposited is calculated daily and credited once a year, on 1 April; the statement of total debits and credits is known as a balance; a credit is often an amount of money that is given to someone (politicians create credits to people, often by giving families tax credits per child); an allowance; if you get the credit for something good, people praise you because you are responsible for it; the list of people who helped to make a film, CD or a television programme is called the credits (the credits at the end of the movie, showed that it was filmed in western Canada; it would be wrong for us to take all the credit; some of the credit for her relaxed manner must go to Andy); if you say that someone is a credit to someone or something, you mean that their qualities or achievements will make people have a good opinion of the person or thing mentioned; a unit of study so.certified (his course carries three credits)
credit, credited, crediting, credits.transitive verbs
to regard as having performed an action or being endowed with a quality (credited them with good intentions); to ascribe to a person; attribute (the new partner was a credit to her); in accounting, to enter as a credit (credited her acount with $500); to make a credit entry in (credit an account); the deduction of a payment made by a debtor from an amount due; the right-hand side of an account on which such amounts are entered; an entry or the sum of the entries on this side; the positive balance or amount remaining in a person's account; to give or award an educational credit to; when a sum of money is credited to an account, the bank adds that sum of money to the total in the account; if people credit someone with an achievement or if it is credited to them, people say or believe that they were responsible for it (they are crediting him with having saved the boy's life); if you credit someone with a quality, you believe or say that they have it

creditor.noun,.plural.creditors
one to whom money or its equivalent is owed (he loaned her $500 and so she now owes him the money)

chalcedony.also.calcedony.noun,.plural.chalcedonies
a translucent to transparent milky or grayish quartz with distinctive.microscopic.crystals.arranged in slender.fibers in parallel.bands
chalcedonic.adjective

chilblain.noun,.plural.chilblains
in cold weather people sometimes get chilblains on exposed fingers, toes or ears; these inflammed areas feel as if stinging needles are affecting them; when inside, let warm up gradually and in ten minutes or so all will be back to normal
chilblained.adjective
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