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confluence.noun
a gathering, flowing or meeting together at one juncture or point (a confluence of artistry, superb choreography and stage design); a flowing together of two or more streams; the point of juncture of such streams; the combined stream formed by this juncture

conflux.noun
to flow together; a confluence

confound, confounded, confounding, confounds.transitive verbs
to cause to feel self-consciously.distressed; to bring to the attention of another that he or she is not conveying the impression they think; confound is to bewilder or become bewildered and astonished so that one becomes ashamed, immobilized or loses one's equanimity; embarrass; mix up; confuse; perplexed; puzzled; abash (an invention that confounded the skeptics); to frustrate (trivial demands that all but confounded the peace talks)
confounded.adjective
to show that you are annoyed (that confounded dog has run away again)
confounded.adjective
confused; befuddled (crowd of confounded bystanders stared at the appalling wreckage); used as an intensive.(a confounded fool)
confoundedly.adverb
confoundedness.noun
the state of being confounded (she was in a situation of self-conscious confoundedness having been embarrassed over actions to the point of being unable to clearly think)
confounder.noun

conform, conformed, conforming, conforms.verbs
intransitive verb use.to correspond in form or character; to give the same form to; to bring into harmony or agreement; be similar; to act or be in accord or agreement; comply; agree; to act in accordance with current customs or modes; adapt
transitive verb use.to bring into agreement or correspondence; make similar
conformably.adverb
conformable.adjective
conformer, conformability, conformance.nouns

conformation.noun,.plural.conformations
the act of conforming or the state of being conformed; the structure or outline of an item or entity, determined by the arrangement of its parts; a symmetrical arrangement of the parts of a thing
conformationally.adverb
conformational.adjective
conformist.noun,.plural.conformists
a person who conforms 
conformity.noun
to condition or fact of being in agreement or harmony

conformity.noun,.plural.conformities
similarity in form or character; agreement (I acted in conformity with my principles); action or behavior in correspondence with current customs, rules or styles (conformity to university regulations)

congruent to come together; correspond; agree
congruity.noun
the condition, quality or fact of being congruous; harmonious; pleasing
congruous.adjective
congruency, congruence.nouns

conjecture.noun,.plural.conjectures
a conjecture is a conclusion that is based on information that is not certain or complete; when you conjecture, you form an opinion or reach a conclusion on the basis of information that is not certain or complete, when you form ideas or opinions without having very much information to base them on; inference from defective or presumptive 'evidence'; a conclusion deduced by surmise or guesswork; purport; a proposition (as in mathematics) before it has been proved or disproved; preconception; supposition
conjecture, conjectured, conjecturing, conjectures.verbs
transitive verb use-to arrive at by conjecture; to make conjectures as to 
intransitive verb use-to form conjectures
conjecturally.adverb
conjectural, conjecturable.adjective
conjecturer.noun,.plural.conjecturers
synonyms.perhaps, speculation, suppose, supposition, theory
antonyms.fact

conjugal.adjective
from 'conjungere' to join; to cohabit; to unite in marriage; of or relating to the state of two persons committed to a sexual relationship
conjugally.adverb
conjugality.noun

conjunction.noun,.plural.conjunctions
joining together; in grammar, a part of speech such as and, but, as, nor and because that serves to connect words, phrases, clauses or sentences
conjunctive.adjective
joining; connective; joined together; combined (the conjunctive focus of political opposition); grammar
conjunctive.noun
a connective word, especially a conjunction or conjunctive adverb
conjunctively.adverb

connive, connived, conniving, connives.intransitive verbs
to collude; to scheme; to plot for selfish purposes; conspire; intrigue; if one person connives with another to do something, they secretly try to achieve something which will benefit both of them; if you describe someone as conniving, you mean you dislike them because they make secret plans in order to get things for themselves or harm other people (the story of ancient Balaam; the parable of the vineyard:.Mark 12:1-11)
conniver.noun,.plural.connivers
connivance also connivence.noun
the act of conniving

cadge, cadged, cadging, cadges.intransitive and transitive verbs
to beg or get by begging
cadger.noun

connote, connoted, connoting, connotes.transitive verbs
to suggest or imply as a logical connotation or in addition to literal.meaning; to be associated with or inseparable from as a consequence or concomitant.(the remorse so often connoted by guilt); a related or attendant condition; to convey in addition to exact explicit meaning (all the misery that communism connotes); compare denotes
connotation.noun,.plural.connotations
the suggesting of a meaning by a word apart from the thing it explicitly names or describes; something suggested by a word or thing; implication (the connotations of comfort that surrounded that old chair; the word 'inexpensive' as compared to 'cheap'   elicits a better connotation); denotation
connotational.adjective

clemency.noun,.plural.clemencies
a disposition to show mercy, especially toward an offender or enemy; a merciful, kind or lenient act; mildness (say, of weather, yet sometimes it can be inclement)

crud.noun,.plural.cruds
one who is contemptible, disgusting, despicable or worthless; a coating or an incrustation of filth or refuse; something loathsome; in sports, heavy, sticky snow that is unsuitable for skiing

crude, cruder, crudest.adjectives
being in an unrefined or natural state (crude oil is oil from the ground, yet unrefined); raw; lacking.tact, refinement or taste; not carefully or completely made; rough; displaying a lack of knowledge or skill; blunt (must face the crude truth) 
crude.noun,.plural.crudes
a substance, especially petroleum, in its unrefined state
crudely.adverb
crudity.or.crudeness.noun

carte blanche.noun,.plural.cartes blanches
unrestricted power to act at one's own discretion; unconditional authority; totalitarian.attitude

coordinate.noun
one that is equal in importance, rank or degree
coordinates.noun
a set of articles, as of clothing or luggage, designed to match or complement one other, as in style or color
Mathematics:.any of a set of two or more numbers used to determine the position of a point, line, curve or plane in a space of a given dimension with respect to a system of lines or other fixed.reference
coordinate.adjective
of equal.importance, rank or degree (coordinate offices of a business); of or involving coordination; of or based on a system of coordinates
coordinate, coordinated, coordinating, coordinates.verbs
transitive verb use.to place in the same order, class or rank; to harmonize in a common action or effort (coordinating the moving parts of a machine; coordinate the colors of a design; coordinating our move to another house in a different city)
intransitive verb use.to be coordinate (the generators coordinate so that one is always running); to work together harmoniously (a nursing staff that coordinates smoothly); to form a pleasing.combination; match (shoes that coordinate with the rest of the outfit)
coordinately.adverb
coordinateness, coordinator.nouns
coordinative.adjective

coordination.noun
the act of coordinating; the state of being coordinate; harmonious adjustment or interaction; harmonious functioning

coplanar.adjective
lying or occurring in the same plane; used of points, lines or figures
coplanarity.noun

Christianity.noun
founded on the life and teachings of Emmanuel; Christians as a group; the fact of being a Christian
Christendom.noun.(pronounced 'chris en dom')
the Christian world; all the Christian people and countries in the world can be referred to as Christendom

Christian.noun,.plural.Christians
a person who believes in the ideas taught by Emmanuel Christ

Christ
the physical man Emmanuel, worshiped by Christians as the being God, having come to Earth in the physical and also called the son of God, the first of many sons; from Greek Christos, meaning anointed

capsize, capsized, capsizing, capsizes.intransitive and transitive use
to overturn or cause to overturn (the boat capsized; I capsized the canoe)

celebrate, celebrated, celebrating, celebrates.verbs
transitive verb use.to observe (a day or event) with ceremonies of respect, festivity and/or rejoicing
intransitive verb use.to observe an occasion with appropriate.ceremony or festivity
celebratory.adjective
celebration.noun,.plural.celebrations
celebrator.noun,.plural.celebrators

celebrity.noun,.plural.celebrities
a famous person; often used to modify another noun (a celebrity fundraising dinner; celebrity exercise books)
celebrityhood.noun

celerity.noun
swiftness of action or motion; speed; haste

chrysalis.noun,.plural.chrysalises.or.chrysalides
a pupa or plural, pupae (nonfeeding stage between the larva and adult in the metamorphosis of certain insects, during which the larva typically undergoes complete transformation within a protective cocoon or hardened case), especially of a moth or butterfly, enclosed in a firm case or cocoon

coy, coyer, coyest.adjectives
affectedly and usually flirtatiously.shy or modest; reserved, yet tending to be alert to ways one believes may threaten their upper hand and with an eye to circumvent any such threat; contriving
coyly.adverb
coyness.noun
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