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DateWord Description
3 Sep 2015concupiscence
  • Strong desire, especially sexual desire; lust.
24 Nov 2017concupiscence
  • Strong desire, especially sexual desire; lust.

24 May 2014concomitant
  • Accompanying; attendant; occurring or existing concurrently.
4 Jun 2016concinnity
  • Internal harmony or fitness in the adaptation of parts to a whole or to each other.
  • Studied elegance of design or arrangement -- used chiefly of literary style.
  • An instance of concinnity.
19 Aug 2014concatenation
  • A series of links united; a series or order of things depending on each other, as if linked together; a chain, a succession.
14 Mayconcatenation
  • A series of links united; a series or order of things depending on each other, as if linked together; a chain, a succession.

20 Maycompunction
  • 1. Anxiety or deep unease proceeding from a sense of guilt or consciousness of causing pain.
    2. A sting of conscience or a twinge of uneasiness; a qualm; a scruple.

5 Apr 2015compunction
  • A picking of heart; poignant grief proceeding from a sense of guilt or consciousness of causing pain; the sting of conscience.
9 Feb 2014comport
  • To conduct or behave (oneself) in a particular manner.
15 Nov 2014complement
  • Something that fills up or completes.
  • The quantity or number required to make up a whole or to make something complete.
  • One of two parts that complete a whole or mutually complete each other; a counterpart.
13 Aprcomplaisant
  • Exhibiting a desire to please; obliging; compliant.

4 Nov 2016complaisant
  • Exhibiting a desire to please; obliging; compliant.
3 Mar 2016commodious
  • Comfortably or conveniently spacious; roomy; as, a commodious house.
9 Apr 2017commination
  • A denunciation.
  • A threat of punishment.
22 Mar 2016commensurate
  • Equal in measure, extent, or duration.
  • Corresponding in size or degree or extent; proportionate.
  • Having a common measure; commensurable; reducible to a common measure; as, commensurate quantities.
28 Oct 2017comity
  • 1. A state of mutual harmony, friendship, and respect, especially between or among nations or people; civility.
    2. The courteous recognition by one nation of the laws and institutions of another.
    3. The group of nations observing international comity.

27 Dec 2014comity
  • a state or atmosphere of harmony or mutual civility and respect.
2 Jan 2015comestible
  • Suitable to be eaten; eatable; esculent -- noun: Something suitable to be eaten; -- usually in the plural.
28 Feb 2016comely
  • Pleasing or agreeable to the sight; good-looking.
  • Suitable or becoming; proper; agreeable.
9 Mar 2014collude
  • To act in concert; to conspire; to plot.
19 Jan 2015colloquial
  • characteristic of informal spoken language or conversation; "wrote her letters in a colloquial style"; "the broken syntax and casual enunciation of colloquial English"; hence, unstudied; informal; as, colloquial phrases; a colloquial style.
2 Apr 2016collegial
  • Characterized by or having authority or responsibility shared equally by each of a group of colleagues.
  • Characterized by equal sharing of authority especially by Roman Catholic bishops.
  • Of or relating to a college or university; collegiate.
  • Characterized by camaraderie among colleagues.
5 Jun 2015cognoscente
  • An expert in a certain field, especially in the fine arts; a connoisseur.
28 Febcognoscente
  • A person with special knowledge of a subject; a connoisseur.

13 Apr 2014cogitate
  • To think deeply or intently; to ponder; to meditate.
25 Oct 2014cogent
  • Having the power to compel conviction; appealing to the mind or to reason; convincing.
6 Dec 2017cogent
  • Having the power to compel conviction; appealing to the mind or to reason; convincing.

21 Jancoeval
  • 1. Of the same age; originating or existing during the same period of time -- usually followed by 'with'.

    noun:
    1. One of the same age; a contemporary.

3 Jun 2014coeval
  • Of the same age; originating or existing during the same period of time -- usually followed by 'with'.
13 May 2016Cockaigne
  • An imaginary land of ease and luxury.
1 Mar 2017cloy
  • To weary by excess, especially of sweetness, richness, pleasure, etc.
7 Mar 2015clinquant
  • Glittering with gold or silver; tinseled.
19 Jul 2016clerisy
  • The well educated class; the intelligentsia.
12 Mar 2014clemency
  • Disposition to forgive and spare, as offenders; mercy.
  • An act or instance of mercy or leniency.
  • Mildness, especially of weather.
31 Marclemency
  • 1. Disposition to forgive and spare, as offenders; mercy.
    2. An act or instance of mercy or leniency.
    3. Mildness, especially of weather.

22 Sep 2014clarion
  • A kind of trumpet having a clear and shrill note.
  • The sound of this instrument or a sound similar to it.
7 Dec 2013claque
  • A group hired to applaud at a performance.
  • A group of fawning admirers.
14 Feb 2016clamber
  • To climb with difficulty, or on all fours; -- also used figuratively.
27 Sep 2015circumspect
  • Attentive to all the circumstances of a case or the probable consequences of an action; cautious; prudent; wary.
15 Oct 2014circumlocution
  • The use of many words to express an idea that might be expressed by few; indirect or roundabout language; a periphrase.
12 May 2017circumlocution
  • The use of many words to express an idea that might be expressed by few; indirect or roundabout language.

23 Sep 2014circumambient
  • Surrounding; being on all sides; encompassing.
16 Aug 2014chthonic
  • dwelling in or under the earth; also, pertaining to the underworld
11 Feb 2016chortle
  • To utter, or express with, a snorting, exultant laugh or chuckle.
25 Marcholeric
  • 1. Easily irritated; inclined to anger; bad-tempered.
    2. Angry; indicating or expressing anger; excited by anger.

7 Dec 2016choleric
  • Easily irritated; inclined to anger; bad-tempered.
  • Angry; indicating or expressing anger; excited by anger.
26 Jancholer
  • Irritation of the passions; anger; wrath.
17 Mar 2015choler
  • Irritation of the passions; anger; wrath.
23 Feb 2015chimerical
  • Merely imaginary; fanciful; fantastic; wildly or vainly conceived; produced by a wildly fanciful imagination; having, or capable of having, no existence except in thought; as, "chimerical projects".
27 Jul 2016chimera
  • (Capitalized) A fire-breathing she-monster represented as having a lion's head, a goat's body, and a serpent's tail.
  • Any imaginary monster made up of grotesquely incongruous parts.
  • An illusion or mental fabrication; a grotesque product of the imagination.
  • An individual, organ, or part consisting of tissues of diverse genetic constitution, produced as a result of organ transplant, grafting, or genetic engineering.
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