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carnival.noun,.plural.carnivals
a festival.marked.by.merrymaking and feasting (a winter carnival); a traveling.amusement.show stopping for a few days at various.locations, usually including rides, games and sideshows

canard.noun,.plural.canards
unfounded or false, deliberately misleading information such as lies about vaccinations being safe; a canard is also a short, winglike control surface projecting from the fuselage of an aircraft, such as a space shuttle, mounted forward of the main wing and serving as a horizontal stabilizer; an aircraft whose horizontal stabilizing surfaces are forward of the main wing; from French 'duck', 'canard', probably from the phrase 'vendre un canard à moitié' meaning 'to half-sell a duck', 'to swindle'

comorbid.adjective
existing simultaneously with but usually independently of another medical condition 
comorbidity.noun,.plural.comorbidities

cesspool.noun,.plural.cesspools
a covered hole or pit for receiving drainage or sewage, as from a house; a filthy, disgusting or morally.corrupt place (because of the corruptness of almost all politicians everywhere, their places of working are often referred to as cesspools of crime)

constable.noun,.plural.constables
a peace officer with less authority and smaller jurisdiction than a sheriff, empowered to serve writs and warrants and make arrests
constableship.noun,.plural.constableships
constabulary.noun,.plural.constabularies
the body of constables of a district or city; the district under the jurisdiction of a constable
constabulary.adjective
of.or.relating.toconstables, constabularies or their jurisdictions

cutting.adjective
capable of or designed for incising, shearing or severing (a cutting tool such as a pair of scissors); sharply penetrating; piercing (a cutting wind); injuring or capable of injuring the feelings of another (a cutting remark); being unkindly.incisive with what you say; be alert to analyze what you are going to say so you learn how to be pleasant.in conversation)
cutting.noun,.plural.cuttings
a part cut off from a main body (she pruned the plant to improve its shape and growth); a part, such as a stem, leaf or root, removed from a plant to propagate a new plant, as through rooting or grafting; an excavation made through high ground in a construction project; the editing of film or recording tape
cuttingly.adverb
cut, cutting, cuts.verbs
transitive verb use.to penetrate with a sharp edge; to separate into parts with or as if with a sharp-edged instrument (cut up the paper into pieces; cut cloth with scissors; cut one's hair; to form or shape by severing or incising (an airplane that was cut from paper; we cut the large sheets of paper into smaller ones for origami); to form by penetrating, probing or digging (cut a trench); to discharge from a group or number (cut three flowers from the garden for a bouquet); to pass through or across; to cross (a sailboat cutting the water); to divide a deck of playing cards) into two parts, as in completing a shuffle or in exposing a card at random; to reduce the size, extent or duration of (we decided to go home earlier than we planned, so we cut our vacation short); curtail or shorten (cutting away the vine's dead parts made it smaller; cut the cooking time in half); to lessen the strength of; dilute (cut whiskey with distilled water)
intransitive verb use.to make an incision or a separation (cut along the dotted line); to grow through the gums (the baby's first set of teeth were starting to cut through her gums); to go directly and often hastily (out hunting for moose, we cut across a field); to divide a pack of cards into two parts
cut.noun,.plural.cuts
the act of cutting; the result of cutting; a part that has been cut from a main body (a cut of flowers; a cut of cloth); a passage made by digging or probing (cutting a trench); the particular style in which a garment is cut (a suit of traditional cut); to make an agreement (she cut a pretty good deal on the old car she wanted to restore); a wounding.remark; an insult; a step in a scale of value or quality; degree (the cloth for the suit was a cut above the average); in printing, a cut is an engraved.block or plate, also a print made from such a block; in games, the act of dividing a deck of cards into two parts, as before dealing; a movie at a given stage in its editing (approved the final cut for distribution); a single selection of music from a recording
cut back.phrasal verb
to shorten by cutting; prune; to reduce, decrease or remove (cut back the tree branches)
cut down.phrasal verb
to reduce in time or amount (they cut down the time they wasted on TV)
cut in.phrasal verb
to move into a line of people or things out of turn; to interrupt (he was trying to explain something but she kept cutting in with her comments); to interrupt a dancing couple in order to dance with one of them; to connect or become connected into an electrical circuit (he wired up a connection for the lights in the new bedroom)
cut off.phrasal verb
to separate from others; isolate; to discontinue; to interrupt the course or passage of; to interrupt or break the line of communication of; to disinherit
cut out.phrasal verb
to remove by or as if by cutting; to form or shape by or as if by cutting (drew a design for cutting out that shape); to stop something (her mother came out of the house and said to cut out the teasing of the children)
cutting remark
a caustic.remark; put down someone; to disparage someone; deprecate one's self-esteem; to take a rude.reproach; a verbal thrust that strikes through one's emotional stance

chain.noun,.plural.chains
a connected, flexible.series of links, typically of metal, used especially for holding objects together or restraining or for transmitting.mechanical.power, such as a motorcycle would use in transferring the power from the engine to the wheels, by means of attaching a chain from a connection on the motorcyle's engine to another connection that enables the wheel assembly to receive the result of that action; a set of links, often of precious metal, such as gold or silver and with pendants attached, worn as an ornament; a restraining or confining agent or force (kept the dog on a chain until he got used to people); a series of closely linked or connected things (a chain of coincidences are often God trying to awaken us to something); a number of establishments, such as stores, theaters or hotels, under common ownership or management; a range of mountains; in chemistry, a group of atoms.bonded in a spatial.configuration like links in a chain.
chain, chained, chaining, chains.transitive verbs
to bind or make fast with a chain or chains (chained the dog to a tree); to restrain or confine.as if with chains (workers who were chained to a life of dull.routine)

chain mail.noun,.plural.chain mails
flexible.armor made of joined metal links or scales; mail or Email sent to someone, asking them to also send its message on to others and if you do some good will come to you (not a good idea to attempt to coerce people)

chip, chipped, chipping, chips.verbs
intransitive verb use.to cheep, as a bird
chip.noun,.plural.chips

chip.noun,.plural.chips
a small piece, as of wood, stone or glass, broken or cut off; a crack or flaw caused by the removal of a small piece; in games, a small disk used to represent money; bin electronics, a tiny slice of a semiconducting material, such as silicon or germanium, doped and otherwise processed to have specified electrical characteristics, especially before it is developed into an electronic component or integrated circuit; also called microchip; chips are also thin, usually fried slice of food, especially a potato chip; a small piece of food or candy (chocolate chips)
chip, chipped, chipping, chips.verbs
transitive verb use.to chop or cut with an ax or other implement; to break a small piece from (chip a tooth in the saw); to break or cut off a small piece (chip ice from the car window); to shape or carve by cutting or chopping (chipped her name in the stone) intransitive verb use.to become broken off into small pieces.
chip in.phrasal verb
to contribute money or labor (we all chipped in for champagne); to interrupt with comments; interject
chip off the old block.idiom
a child whose appearance or character closely resembles that of one or the other parent
chip on the shoulder.idiom
a hostile or combative attitude

cheep.noun,.plural.cheeps
a faint, shrill sound like that of a young bird; a chirp
cheep, cheeped, cheeping, cheeps.intransitive verb
to make a faint, shrill sound or sounds; chirp
cheeper.noun,.plural.cheepers

chirp.noun,.plural.chirps
a short, high-pitched sound, such as that made by a small bird or an insect
chirp, chirped, chirping, chirps.intransitive verbs
to make a short, high-pitched sound

crème de la crème.noun,.plural.crème de la crèmes
pronounced 'krem duh la krem'
something.superlative; people who like to be regarded as of the highest social level; from French cream 'de' of, 'la' the, 'cream'
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