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a sleeveless outer garment fastened at the neck and worn hanging over the shoulders; a point or head of land projecting into a body of water (names of actual capes, Cape Hatteras; Cape of Good Hope; Cape Cod, southern Massachusetts, Cape Coral, Florida; Cape York Peninsula)

cloak, cloaked, cloaking, cloaks.transitive verbs
to cover or conceal with or as if with a cloak; to clothe; disguise; hide
cloak.also cloke.noun,.plural.cloaks,.clokes
a loose outer garment, such as a cape; something that covers or conceals.(a cloak of secrecy was over the wrapped Christmas presents; Parrot fishes are able to cloak themselves; she always wraps herself in a cloak when outside in the winter)

complete, completer, completest.adjectives
filled full; having all necessary parts, components or steps; entire (a complete meal); consummate.(a complete gentleman)
complete, completed, completing, completes.transitive verbs
to bring to a finish or an end (she has completed her studies); to make whole, with all necessary elements or parts (a sixth child would complete their family)
the act of completing or the state of being completed

cherish, cherished, cherishing, cherishes.transitive verbs
to consider as having extreme value (he cherished love above all else); to treat with affection and tenderness; hold dear (cherish one's family; cherish one's values; cherish the uniqueness of others); to keep fondly in mind; appreciate

clatter, clattered, clattering, clatters.verbs
intransitive verb use.to make a rattling sound (clattering along on roller skates or skateboards; the kitchen was so busy and the clatter was high)
transitive verb use.to cause to make a rattling sound
a rattling sound (the clatter of dishes in the kitchen); a loud disturbance; a racket (the clatter of the subway train); noisy talk by many people all at once); chatter

capable of existing or performing in harmonious, agreeable or congenial combination with another or others (compatible family relationships); capable of integration and operation with other elements in a system with no modification or conversion required
a device, such as a computer or computer software, that can be integrated into or used with another device or system of its type

skill in doing or making something, as in the arts; proficiency; an occupation or trade requiring.manual.dexterity or skilled artistry; a boat, ship or aircraft
craft, crafted, crafting, crafts.transitive verbs
to make by hand; to make or construct something in a manner suggesting great care or ingenuity (he crafts the small wooden boats with great precision)
a craftsman or a craftswoman; one who practices a craft with great skill

skill in evasion or deception (every try to get a straight answer from a politician or corporate leader?); guile
crafty, craftier, craftiest.adjectives
skilled in or marked by underhandedness, deviousness or deception; sly; guile; if you describe someone as crafty, you mean that they achieve what they want in a clever way, often by deceiving people with evasive political reasonings

a mode or state of being (compatibility is a condition of a successful relationship; the wasp sting caused her face to be in a swollen condition for awhile); existing circumstances.(conditions in the office made concentration.difficult)
Grammar:.the dependent clause of a conditional sentence
Logic:.a proposition on which another proposition depends; the antecedent of a conditional proposition; a provision making the effect of a legal instrument contingent on the occurrence of an uncertain future event
condition, conditioned, conditioning, conditions.transitive verbs
to make dependent on a condition or conditions; to stipulate as a condition; to air-condition
imposing, depending on or containing a condition; dependent
Grammar:.stating, containing or implying a condition

a village of northern France north of Paris, noted for its delicate.lace.derived from natural silk and known also for its fine porcelain that made the town famous; from about 1840 A.D. machine-made imitations were available; the designs are characterized by naturalistic flowers and ribbons on a spotted background

Music:.a short, simple melody in which a number of syllables or words are sung on or intoned to the same note (the chant of the crowd at the hockey game); a canticle (they chanted using many words)
chant, chanted, chanting, chants.verbs
transitive verb use.to sing or intone to a chant (chant a prayer; chanted while a friend jumped rope; chanted to heal sickness); the purpose of chanting is to invoke the meaning behind the word or words one may have in his or her mind, as words of high consciousness are very powerful and from one with a low consciousness mind, words aren't
intransitive verb use.to sing, especially in the manner of a chant

contravene, contravened, contravening, contravenes.transitive verbs
to act or be counter to; violate.(she contravened ethics of a solid relationship); to oppose in argument; gainsay.(contravening the rules of the road can lead to accidents); deny; contraveneimplies not so much an intentional opposition as it does some inherent.incompatibility.(laws that contravene tradition of the golden rule and inherent rights of humanity created by the Infinite Intelligence)

the act of contravening; a violation

compete, competed, competing, competes.intransitive verbs
to strive with another or others to attain a goal, such as gaining an advantage or winning a victory; rival (playing another team or someone in order to gain for self at the result of the other losing; there is one way where you can always win)

the act of competing, as for profit or a prize; rivalry; a test of skill or ability; a contest (a skating competition); rivalry between two or more businesses striving for the same customer or market; a competitor
one that competes with another, as in sports or business; a rival
of, involving or determined by competition (competitive games); inclined to compete (a highly competitive political party)

a competition, especially one in which entrants perform separately and are rated by those having been selected as judges; a struggle for superiority or victory between rivals (the good God and the bad God)
contest, contested, contesting, contests.verbs
transitive verb use.to compete or strive for; to call into question and take an active stand against; dispute or challenge (contest a will); oppose
intransitive verb use.to struggle or compete; contend.(contested with other bidders for the antique at the auction)
one taking part in a contest; a competitor; one that contests or disputes something, such as an election or a will

the power to see objects or events that cannot be perceived by the senses; seeing into the invisible; acute.intuitive insight or perceptiveness; someone who is clairvoyant knows about future events and is able to communicate with people passed on
of or relating to clairvoyance; having the power to see objects or events that cannot be perceived by the 5 senses
a person, such as a medium, possessing the power of clairvoyance

a clustered mass; a lump (clumps of soil); a thick grouping, as of trees or bushes
clump, clumped, clumping, clumps.verbs
intransitive verb use.to form lumps or thick groupings; to walk or move so as to make a heavy, dull sound
transitive verb use.to gather into or form lumps or thick groupings of

cooperate, cooperated, cooperating, cooperates.intransitive verbs
to work or act together toward a common end or purpose; to acquiesce willingly; be compliant (asked the child to cooperate and go to bed); to form an association for common, usually economic, benefit (when buyers cooperate they can make large wholesale purchases at a discount)

the act or practice of cooperating; the association of persons or businesses for common, usually economic, benefit cooperationist.noun

done in cooperation with others (a cooperative effort); markedby willingness to cooperate; compliant (a cooperative person); of, relating to or formed as an enterprise or organization jointly owned or managed by those who use its facilities or services (a cooperative grocery store; cooperative housing complex) cooperative.noun
an enterprise or organization that is owned or managed jointly by those who use its facilities or services; a coop

a call to engage in a contest, fight or competition (a challenge to see who finishes with the best short story); a demand for explanation or justification; a calling into question (a challenge to a policy); a test of one's abilities or resources in a demanding but stimulating undertaking (a job that offers a challenge)
challenge, challenged, challenging, challenges.verbs
transitive verb use.to call to engage in a contest, fight or competition (challenged me to a game of checkers); dare (challenged me to learn to swim; to take exception to; call into question; dispute (a book that challenges established beliefs); to summon to action, effort or use; stimulate (a problem to solve that challenges the imagination)
intransitive verb use.to make or give voice to a challenge