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circumvent, circumvented, circumventing, circumvents.transitive verbs
if someone circumvents a rule or restriction, they avoid having to obey the rule or restriction in a clever and perhaps dishonest way; to prevent from happening; to go around; to avoid a problem or manner of being that restricts you; to avoid or get around by artful.maneuvering (he found a way to circumvent all the bureaucratic.red tape); gain superiority.over, outwit 
circumvention.noun,.plural.circumventions
circumventive.adjective

cite, cited, citing, cites.transitive verbs
to refer to; to mention or bring forward as support, illustration or proof; call upon officially to appear as before a common law or summary court; to mention.formally in commendation or praise
citable.adjective
synonym.summon

covenant.noun,.plural.covenants
a binding.agreement; a compact; bargain
covenant, covenanted, covenanting, covenants.verbs
transitive verb use-to promise by or as if by a covenant, as the Creator did at various times as recorded in the Old Testament; promise; the old and new covenants in the Bible
intransitive verb use.to enter into a covenant
covenantally.adverb
covenantal.adjective

clamorous.adjective
noisily insistent.(protesters in a crowd); loud demands and complaints; marked by confused.din or outcry; tumultuous (the busy clamorous market; a clamorous woman)
clamorously.adverb
clamorousness.noun
synonym.vociferous
clamor.noun
a loud outcry; a hubbub; a vehement.expression of discontent or protest (a clamor by the public for pesticide control); a loud, sustained noise
clamor, clamored, clamoring, clamors.verbs
intransitive verb use.to make a loud, sustained noise or outcry; to make insistent demands or complaints
transitive verb use.to exclaim.insistently and noisily (representatives clamored their disapproval); to influence or force by clamoring (clamored the mayor into resigning)
clamorer.noun

clandestine.adjective
marked by, held in or conducted with secrecy; secretive; surreptitious
clandestinely.adverb
clandestineness, clandestinity-nouns

class.noun,.plural.classes
a social.stratum whose members share certain.economic, social or cultural.characteristics (the lower-income classes); social rank or caste; elegance of style, taste, charm and manner (an actor with class)

class.noun,.plural.classes
a set, collection, group or configuration containing members regarded as having certain.attributes or traits in common; a kind or category; a division based on quality, rank or grade (a grade of mail; package sent third class)
class, classed, classing, classes.transitive verbs
to arrange, group or rate according to qualities or characteristics; assign to a class; classify

classify, classified, classifying, classifies.transitive verbs
to arrange or organize according to class or category; to subsume; to designate.(a document, for example) as confidential, secret or top secret
classifiable.adjective

classification.noun,.plural.classifications
the act or result of classifying; a category or class
classificatorily.adverb
classificatory.adjective

classical.adjective
of or relating to the ancient Greeks and Romans, especially their art, architecture and literature; conforming to the artistic and literary models of ancient Greece and Rome; versed in the classics (a classical scholar); of, relating to or being a variety of a language that is epitomized by a prestigious body of literature; standard and authoritative rather than new or experimental (classical methods of navigation); well known; classic (the classical argument between free trade and protectionism); of or relating to nonrelativistic or non quantum physics (classical mechanics)
classicality.or.classicalness.noun
classically.adverb
Music:.of or relating to European music during the latter half of the 18th and the early 19th centuries (a classical work by Mozart); of or relating to music in the educated European tradition, such as symphony and opera, as opposed to popular or folk music

classicism.also.classicalism
aesthetic.attitudes and principles.manifested in the art, architecture and literature of ancient Greece and Rome and characterized by emphasis on form, simplicity, proportion and restraint; adherence to the aesthetic values.embodied in ancient Greek and Roman art and literature; a Greek or Latin expression or idiom

classic.adjective
belonging to the highest rank or class; serving as the established model or standard (a classic example of colonial architecture); having lasting significance or worth; enduring
classic.noun,.plural.classics
a work, author or an artist, generally.consideredto be of the highest excellence or rank, especially one of enduring significance; a work recognized as definitive in its field (the Holy Bible)

clique, cliqued, cliquing, cliques.intransitive verbs
to form, associate in or act as a clique
cliquey.or.cliquy.or.cliquish.adjective
cliquishly.adverb
clique, cliquishness.nouns.(pronounced 'kleak', also 'klik')
a narrow exclusive circle or group of persons; especially, one held together by common interests, hidden agendas, views or purposes (governments and corporations for the most part are cliquish)

clone.noun,.plural.clones
descended from the same source and having remarkable similarities; no individuality; all the same; one that copies or closely resembles another, as in appearance or function (all the cheerleaders looked the same); a group of genetically identical cells descended from a single common ancestor, such as a bacterial colony whose members arose from a single original cell as a result of binary.fission, such is mitosis
synonym.stereotype
clone, cloned, cloning, clones.verbs
transitive verb use.to make multiple identical copies of; to establish and maintain pure lineages of a cell under laboratory conditions; to produce a copy of; imitate
intransitive verb use.to grow as a clone
clonal.adjective
clonally.adverb
cloner.noun,.plural.cloners

clumsy, clumsier, clumsiest.adjective
lacking physical coordination, skill or grace; awkward; awkwardly constructed; unwieldy (clumsy wooden shoes); inept (a clumsy excuse) 
clumsily.adverb
clumsiness.noun

compact.noun,.plural.compacts
an agreement or a covenant; pact; bargain
compact, compacted, compacting, compacts.verbs
transitive verb use.to combine; to consolidate; compose; to make by pressing or joining together; to press or join firmly together (a kitchen device that compacted the trash)
compact.adjective
losely and firmly united or packed together; dense (compact clusters of flowers); occupying little space compared with others of its type (a compact camera; a compact car); brief and to the point; concise.(a compact narration); marked by or having a short, solid physique (a wrestler of compact build)
intransitive verb use.to be capable of being pressed tightly together or to become so pressed (garbage that compacts easily)
compact.noun
a small case containing a mirror, pressed powder and a powder puff; an automobile that is bigger in size than a subcompact but smaller than an intermediate
compactly.adverb
compactness.noun

cluster.noun,.plural.clusters
a number of things of the same sort.gathered together or growing together; bunch; a number of persons, animals or things grouped together
cluster, clustered, clustering, clusters.verbs
intransitive verb use.to gather or grow into bunches
transitive verb use.to cause to grow or form into bunches

comparative.adjective
relating to, based on or involving.comparison; estimated by comparison; relative (a comparative newcomer)
Grammar:.of, relating.to.or.being the intermediate.degree of comparison

coagulate, coagulated, coagulating, coagulates.transitive verbs
to become a soft, semisolid.mass; to cause a fluid to curdle (to form into curd {the coagulated part of milk})
coagulable.adjective
coagulant.noun,.plural.coagulants
a substance that brings about coagulation
coagulation.noun,.plural.coagulations
a coagulated mass
coagulative.adjective
tending to cause coagulation
coagulator.noun
a substance that causes coagulation
coagulum.noun
a clot; curd

coal.noun,.plural.coals
a natural dark brown to black hard substance that is extracted from the ground and burned as fuel (the energy from space does away with the need for the polluting fossil fuels such as coal); coals are burning pieces of coal (it is important to get the coals white-hot before you start cooking); charcoal; coal miners; coal seams; coal haulers; the story of coal
coal tar.noun,.plural.coal tars
a viscous black liquid (tar) obtained by the destructive distillation of coal and used as a roofing, waterproofing and insulating compound and as a raw material for many dyes, in soft drinks, drugs and paints

code.noun,.plural.codes
systematically arranged and comprehensive collection of information (the universe encodes what it learns); a systematic collection of regulations and rules of procedure or conduct (a traffic code); a system of signals used to represent letters or numbers in transmitting messages; a system of symbols, letters or words given certain arbitrary meanings, used for transmitting messages requiring secrecy or brevity; a system of symbols and rules used to represent instructions to a computer; in genetics (the genetic code)
code, coded, coding, codes.verbs
transitive verb use-to systematize and arrange (information) into a code; to convert, a message for example, into code
intransitive verb use.Genetics:.to specify.the genetic code for an amino acid or a polypeptide

codify, codified, codifying, codifies.transitive verbs
to reduce to a code (codify laws); to arrange or systemize
codification.noun,.plural.codifications
codifier.noun,.plural.codifiers

codon.noun,.plural.codons
a sequence of three adjacent.nucleotides.constituting the genetic code that specifies the insertion of an amino acid in a specific structural position in a polypeptide chain during protein synthesis

critical mass.noun
the smallest mass of a fissionable material that will sustain a nuclear chain reaction at a constant level

cervix.noun,.plural.cervixes.or.cervices
the neck; a neck shaped anatomicalstructure, such as the narrow outer end of the uterus

cervical.adjective
of or relating to a neck or a cervix

curriculum.noun,.plural.curricula.or.curriculums
all the courses of study offered by an educational institution; a group of related courses, often in a special field of study (the engineering curriculum) attributive.often used to modify another noun (curriculum development; curriculum enhancements)
curricular.adjective

curriculum vitae.(CV).noun,.plural.curricula.vitae
a summary of one's education, professional history and job qualifications

commotion.noun
a noisy disturbance; a condition of turbulent motion; a hubbub (heard a commotion in the hall)

composed.adjective
serenely self possessed; calm; cool
composedly.adverb
composedness.noun
compose, composed, composing, composes.verbs
transitive verb use.to make up the constituent parts of; constitute or form (an exhibit composed of French paintings); the many ethnic groups that compose our nation; comprise; to make or create by putting together parts or elements; to create or produce (a literary or musical piece); to make (oneself) calm or tranquil.(compose yourself and deal with the problems.logically; to settle or adjust; reconcile.(they managed to compose the differences the research paper had); to arrange aesthetically or artistically
intransitive verb use.to create a literary or a musical piece
Printing:.to arrange or set (type or matter to be printed); to set type

convulse, convulsed, convulsing, convulses.transitive verbs
to shake or agitate violently (tremors that convulsed the countryside; when wars convulsed the globe); agitate; to be affected with irregular and involuntary muscular contraction
convulsion(s).noun
intense, involuntary muscular contraction(s)
convulsive.adjective
marked by or having the nature of convulsions; having or producing convulsions
convulsively.adverb
convulsiveness.noun

chromosphere.noun
an incandescent, transparent layer of gas, primarily hydrogen, several thousand miles in depth, lying above and surrounding the photosphere of a star, such as the sun, but distinctly.separate from the corona; a gaseous layer similar to a chromosphere around a star
chromospheric.adjective
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