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Cogent

- adj. Convincing though clear presentation, relevant
I hope my speech was cogent.

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Collaborate

- V. Work together
We should collaborate on a homework assignment

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Collate

- v. To place in proper order
The printer will collate the paper

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Commendable

- adj. To praise as worthy of confidence
His actions as a student were commendable

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Complacent

- adj pleased with oneself without awareness of potential danger.
Freshman year I was complacent with my terrible grades

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Comprehensive

- adj of large scope
Our final will be very comprehensive

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Concatenate

- v. Link together as in a chain
We concatenated the wire to make a chain

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Conciliate

- v. She used her womanly charm to conciliate an angry competitor.

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Concise

- adj. Expressing much in a few words.
The pastor's sermon was very concise

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Condescends

- v. To behave as if coming down from a superior position.
My condescending friend talked as if she was my mother

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Conformist

- adj. Charecterized by adopting others attitudes
My brother is not a conformist

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Consensus

- n. Majoritity of opinion
The boy with the neon shirt was conspicuous

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Contrite

- adj. Showing sincere remorse
My mom always wants my brother to be contrite after they get in fights

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Contusion

- n. Injury caused by force, not breaking the skin; bruise
He had a contusion to the head when the linebacker sacked him