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consign, consigned, consigning, consigns.verbs
transitive verb use.to give over to the care of another or something (consigned, as it were, to to another party to sell); entrust; to turn over permanently to another's charge or to a lasting condition; commit irrevocably; to deliver (merchandise, for example) for custody or sale; to set apart, as for a special use or purpose; assign; commit
intransitive verb use.to submit; consent
consignable.adjective
consignation.noun,.pluraL.consignations
consignor.noun,.plural.consignors
consigner.noun,.plural.consigners

calm, calmer, calmest.adjectives
nearly or completely motionless; undisturbed (the calm surface of the lake); not excited or agitated; composed (the President was calm throughout the global crisis); self-composed; self-possessed
calm.noun
an absence or cessation of motion; stillness; serenity; tranquillity; peace
calm, calmed, calming, calms.transitive and intransitive use
to make or become calm or quiet (after the storm, the air calmed) 
calmly.adverb
calmness.noun

collide, collided, colliding, collides.intransitive verbs
to come together with violent, direct impact; to meet in opposition; conflict

collision.noun,.plural.collisions
the act or process of colliding; a crash or conflict
Physics:.a brief dynamic event consisting of the close approach of two or more particles, such as atoms, resulting in an abrupt change of momentum or exchange of energy
collisional.adjective

clash, clashed, clashing, clashes.verbs
intransitive verb use.to collide with a loud, harsh, usually metallic noise (cymbals clashing); to come into conflict; be in opposition.(an eyewitness account that clashed with published reports); to create an unpleasant visual impression when placed together (colors that clash)
transitive verb use.to strike together with a loud, harsh, metallic noise
clash.noun,.plural.clashes
a loud, harsh noise, such as that made by two metal objects in collision; a conflict, as between opposing or irreconcilable ideas; discord

condescend, condescended, condescending, condescends.intransitive verbs
to descend.to the level of another in order to be on the same page with them, as one would bend down to a child to be a friend; to stoop; also and mean negatively, that is, to deal with people in a patronizingly.superior.manner condescending.adjective
condescending in a negative manner toward others is displaying a patronizingly.superior.attitude and that is not good as it's out of the higher consciousness way of love
condescendingly.adverb
condescender.noun,.plural.condescenders
condescension.noun,.plural.condescensions
the act of condescending or an instance of it; patronizingly.superior.behavior or attitude (he walked around with an overtone of superiority), obviously being someone whose opinion of others was as that of an overlord (Exodus 1:11; 3:7; 5:5-21)

candid.adjective
free from prejudice; impartial; characterized by openness and sincerity of expression; unreservedly straightforward.(I gave them my candid opinion); frank; not presented as sugared sop or sickeningly rehearsed
candid.noun
an unposed informal photograph
candidly.adverb
candidness.noun

candor.noun
frankness or sincerity of expression; openness; freedom from prejudice; impartiality

coax, coaxed, coaxing, coaxes.verbs.(pronounced 'cokes', 'cokest', 'coke zing', 'coke siz')
transitive verb use.to persuade or try to persuade by pleading or flattery; cajole; to obtain by persistent.persuasion.(coaxed the secret out of her)
intransitive verb use.to use persuasion or inducement
coaxer.noun
coaxingly.adverb
coax.noun.(pronounced 'co axe')
a coaxial cable
coaxial.adjective
having or mounted on a common.axis

cell.noun,.plural.cells
cells are the smallest structured entities capable of independent functioning; they have life processes, such as taking in food for nutrition, waste removal and reproduction; a cell consists of one or more nuclei, cytoplasm and various organelles, all surrounded by a semipermeable cell membrane; all living things are composed of cells and have electrical.values; cell organisms that are so tiny they must be seen under a microscope, such as bacteria and protozoa are unicellular which means they consist of only one cell; there are many kinds of cells, a few more being B cells, T cells, prokaryotes, red blood cells, etc.
cell-mediated.adjective
often contrasted with humoral; relating.to.or.being the part of immunity or the immune response that is mediated.primarily by T cells, which are white blood cells; date of word, 1967
cell-mediated immune response.noun,.plural.cell-mediated immune responses
also called cellular immune response; the immune response produced when sensitized T cells directly attack foreign antigens and secrete.lymphokines that initiate the body's humoral immune response

cell.noun,.plural.cells
in computers, a basic unit of storage in a computer memory that can hold one unit of information, such as a character or word; a geographic area or zone surrounding a transmitter in a cellular telephone system (the cell phone with its dangerous radiation); a cell is also a single unit that converts radiant energy into electric energy (a solar cell)in electricity, a cell is a single unit for electrolysis or conversion of a chemical into electric energy, usually consisting of a container with electrodes and an electrolyte; also called electrochemical cell

cell.noun,.plural.cells
a narrow, confining room, as in a prison or convent; a small enclosed cavity or space, such as a compartment in a honeycomb cell, celled, celling, cells.verbs.
transitive verb use.to put or confine in a cell; to store in a honeycomb
intransitive verb use.to live in or share a cell

chic, chicer, chicest.adjectives (pronounced 'sheek')
conforming to the current fashion; stylish (chic clothes; a chic boutique); adopting or setting current fashions and styles; sophisticated.(chic, well-dressed young executive type women); fashionable
chic.noun
the quality or state of being stylish; fashionableness; sophistication in dress and manner; elegance
chicly.adverb
chicness.noun

curious.adjective
arousing interest because of novelty or strangeness; eager to learn more (curious investigative reporters; a trap door that made me curious); inquisitive
curiously.adverb
curiousness.noun
curiosity.noun,.plural.curiosities
a desire to know or learn; a desire to know about things of interest; nosiness; a strange or odd.aspect (the kids found a curious old box buried in the back yard)

courtesan.noun,.plural.courtesans
a courtesan was a woman who had sexual relationships with rich and powerful men for money (ancient Delilah was one of these prostitutes with a courtly, wealthy or upper-class clientele)

courtly, courtlier, courtliest.adjectives
suitable for a royal court; stately (courtly furniture and pictures); elegant; refined (courtly manners); flattering in an insincere way; obsequious
courtly.adverb
in a courtly manner; elegantly or politely
courtliness.noun

court, courted, courting, courts.verbs
transitive verb use.to try to gain the love or affections of for a relationship; to attempt to gain; seek (courting a fine young lady for a lifetime relationship); to attempt to gain the favor of by attention (a salesperson courting a potential customer); to behave so as to invite or incur.(courts disaster by driving with poor brakes); to court a particular person, group or country means to try to please them or improve your relations with them, often so that they will do something that you want them to do; if you court something such as publicity or popularity, you try to attract it; iIf you court something unpleasant such as disaster or unpopularity, you act in a way that makes it likely to happen
intransitive verb use.to pursue a courtship; woo
courtship.noun,.plural.courtships
the act, process or period of courting
court.noun,.plural.courts
an extent of open ground partially or completely enclosed by walls or buildings; a courtyard; a large open section of a building, often with a glass roof or skylight; a general.term.applied to the large palaces.ancient.kings.resided

courts of law: courts based on fraudulent grammar (*) are acting in contravention to God's laws (Matthew 22:36-40), so they can have an unfair advantage over man; these types of courts areMaritime, also called Admiralty and Civil and are corporations with primary concern for themselves (always ask if the court you may happen to be in is a corporation, because they sure won't let you know that unless you ask and if you tell them that you too were a corporation (because of your birth certificate), but now you are a spiritual soul living as a physical man, they can't deal with you because they can only deal with corporate entities; apart from these deceitful courts is the Common Law one, based on God given rights for man
Law: in law, a court is a session of a judicial.assembly, also a person or body of persons whose task is to hear and submit a decision on cases at law; the building, hall or room in which such cases are heard and determined
types of courts of law are:
-appeal court or court of appeals: a court of law that people can go to in order to try and change decisions that have been made by a lower court (below); a court of law that hears appeals against judgments from the crown courts (below), high court (below) and county courts (below); a court of law in a federal circuit or state to which appeals are taken
-appellate court: a court whose jurisdiction is to review decisions of lower courts or agencies; a court of law in which people can appeal against decisions made in other courts of law
-common law court: a common law court upholds and enforces God given rights of an individual man or woman's presence and property, where their presence and property is evidence of right of ownership and is based on the golden rule law; common law courts require a unanimous decision made by a jury of 12 peers, where if one juror dissents, any charge against an accused is nullified; see commonlawcourt.com
-county court: a county court is a local court which deals with private disputes between people, but does not deal with serious crimes
-court of assize: a judicial inquest, the writ by which it is instituted or the verdict of the jurors
-crown court: a court of criminal jurisdiction, which deals with serious offences and appeals referred from the magistrates' courts
-high court: the highest court usually called supreme court 
-inferior court.is any court based on fraudulent grammar whose decisions if deemed.unfavorable can be appealed to a higher court
superior court
-lower court: any court whose decisions can be appealed to a higher court
and if these corporate courts aren't enough for you, let's add to the jumble of the legal mess with these, chancery court, circuit court, Common Pleas Court, county court, court of claimscourt of common pleas, court of domestic relations court, court of honor, court of inquiry, court of record, court of sessions, district court, European Court of Justice, High Commission Court, High Court of Admiralty, International Court of Justice, International Criminal Court, juvenile court, magistrates' court, municipal court, orphan's court, police court, prerogative court, probate court, provost court, small claims court, superior court, territorial court, trial court, World Court; for more of the incredible mess leaders have made of it all, research on the types of law and the acts made thereby, such as the Toleration Act, the Triennial Act and the thousands and thousands of other acts and their formation and you'll see they really had no idea of exactly what they were doing, something like the Roman god Janus. And such were the leaders, scrutinizing each word to make sure nothing negative would impact the power they wanted to continue on with, even conspiring to remove the king's power as in the 1689 Bill of Rights and in Queen Anne's time. It's all the same today. A real sick mess!
Sports court:.an open, level area marked with appropriate lines, upon which a game, such as tennis, handball or basketball, is played

couple.noun,.plural.couples
a coupler is two items of the same kind; a pair; something that joins or connects two things together; a link; two people united, as by agreeement, such as a relationship agreement; betrothal or marriage; two people together (the girls said here comes a couple of guys we may be interested in)
couple, coupled, coupling, couples.verbs
transitive verb use.to link together; connect (coupled her refusal with an explanation); to join in sexual.union

converge, converged, converging, converges.verbs
intransitive verb use.to tend toward or approach an intersecting point (lines that converge); to come together from different directions; meet (the avenues converge at a central square); to tend toward or achieve union or a common conclusion or result
transitive verb use.to cause to converge; incline together
convergence.noun,.plural.convergences
the act, condition, quality or fact of converging
Mathematics:.the property or manner of approaching a limit, such as a point, line, surface or value; the point of converging; a meeting place (a town at the convergence of two rivers)
Biology:.convergent evolution: the adaptive evolution of superficially similar structures, such as the wings of birds and insects, in unrelated species subjected to similar environments
convergent.adjective

concentrate, concentrated, concentrating, concentrates.verbs
transitive verb use.to direct or draw toward a common center; focus; to direct one's attention to be on; to bring into one main body (authority concentrated in the majority will of free men selecting representatives for re presentation of their ideas and further implementation); to make a solution or mixture less dilute (concentrated orange juice)
intransitive verb use.to converge.toward or meet in a common center; to direct one's thoughts or attention (we concentrated on the task before us)

concentrate.noun,.plural.concentrates
a product that has been concentrated, especially a food that has been reduced in volume or bulk by the removal of liquid (pineapple juice concentrate)
concentrative.adjective
concentratively.adverb
concentrator.noun,.plural.concentrators

concentration.noun,.plural.concentrations
the act or process of concentrating, especially the fixing of close, undivided attention; the condition of being concentrated; something that has been concentrated (the amount of glucose concentration in the blood stream; the frozen juice contains both concentrated apple and pineapple juice); the amount of a specified substance in a unit amount of another substance (the juice drink contained an amount of concentrated orange juice)

cranky, crankier, crankiest.adjectives
having a bad disposition; peevish
crankily.adverb
crankiness.noun

crank.noun,.plural.cranks
a device for transmitting.rotary.motion, consisting of a handle or arm attached at right angles to a shaft; a grouchy person
crank, cranked, cranking, cranks.verbs
transitive verb use.to start or operate an engine, for example by turning a handle; to move or operate a window, for example by or as if by turning a handle; to provide with a handle that is used in turning
intransitive verb use.to turn a handle
crank.adjective
of,being.or.produced by an eccentric person (a crank letter; a crank phone call)
crank out.phrasal verb
to produce, especially mechanically and rapidly (cranks out memo after memo)
crank up.phrasal verb
to cause to start or get started as if by turning a crank (cranked up her efforts to finish the work); to cause to intensify, as in volume or force (cranks up the sound on the stereo)

crankshaft.noun,.plural.crankshafts
a shaft that turns or is turned by a crank

curve.noun,.plural.curves
a line that deviates from straightness in a smooth, continuous fashion; a surface that deviates from planarity in a smooth, continuous.fashion; something.characterized by such a line or surface, especially a rounded line or contour of the human body; a relatively smooth bend in a road or other course; a line representing.data on a graph; a trend.derived from or as if from such a graph; a graphic representation showing the relative performance of individuals as measured against each other, used especially as a method of grading students in which the assignment of grades is based on predetermined.proportions of students; in baseball, a curve ball; a trick or deception
Mathematics:.the graph of a function on a coordinate.plane; the intersection of two surfaces in three dimensions
curve, curved, curving, curves.verbs
intransitive verb use.to move in or take the shape of a curve (the path curves around the lake)
transitive verb use.to cause to curve; bend; in baseball, to pitch a curve ball to; to grade students, for example, on a curve curvy.adjective
curvedness.noun

congenital.adjective
existing at or before birth; acquired at birth or during uterine development, as a result of either.hereditary or environmental.influences; innate; being an essential.characteristic as if by nature; inherent
congenitally.adverb
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