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adj. ordinary, informal conversation and expression

Colloquial

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n. secret cooperation, often in order to cheat or deceive

Collusion

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adj. corresponding in size or degree

Commensurate

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n. smug and overly satisfied with one's self or achievements

Complacency

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adj. peace-making; resolving through goodwill

Conciliatory

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v. to overlook, excuse, permit

Condone

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adj. leading to a result; contributing, helpful

Conducive

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adj. friendly, pleasant, agreeable

Congenial

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adj. innate; something you are born with

Congenital

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n. inference; guess

Conjecture

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v. to bring into being or make magically

Conjure

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n. an expert, particularly in matters of art or taste

Connoisseur

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v. to make, or declare, holy

Consecrate

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adj. argumentative

Contentious

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n. the condition of being dependent on something else; a possibility

Contingency

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adj. feeling bad about wrongdoing; having remorse

Contrite

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adj. festive; gay

Convival

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adj. plentiful; abundant

Copious

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v. to substantiate; to back up, confirm

Corroborate

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n. achievement, often by maneuver; something successfully completed

Coup