1. something that completes or makes perfect
2. the quantity or amount that completes anything
3. either of two parts or things needed to complete the whole; counterpart.
4. full quantity or amount; complete allowance.
5. the full number of officers and crew required on a ship.
6. to complete; form a complement to
|complicity||1. the state of being an accomplice; partnership or involvement in wrongdoing|
|comprise|| 1. to include or contain|
2. to consist of; be composed of
3. to form or constitute
|conciliatory||1. Intending to overcome the distrust or hostility of; placate; win over; to win or gain; to make compatible; reconcile|
|concise||1. expressing or covering much in few words; brief in form but comprehensive in scope; succinct; terse|
|concord|| 1. agreement between persons, groups, nations, etc.; concurrence in attitudes, feelings, etc.; unanimity; accord|
2. agreement between things; mutual fitness; harmony.
3. peace; amity.
4. a treaty; compact; covenant.
1. occurring or existing simultaneously or side by side
2. acting in conjunction; cooperating
3. having equal authority or jurisdiction
4. accordant or agreeing
5. tending to or intersecting at the same point
6. something joint or contributory.
|conducive||1. tending to produce; contributive; helpful; favorable (usually followed by to)|
|confluence|| 1. a flowing together of two or more streams, rivers, or the like|
2. their place of junction
3. a body of water formed by the flowing together of two or more streams, rivers, or the like.
4. a coming together of people or things; concourse.
5. a crowd or throng; assemblage.
|congenital|| 1. of or pertaining to a condition present at birth, whether inherited or caused by the environment, especially the uterine environment.|
2. having by nature a specified character
|conjecture||1. the formation or expression of an opinion or theory without sufficient evidence for proof.|
2. an opinion or theory so formed or expressed; guess; speculation.
3. Obsolete . the interpretation of signs or omens.
4. to conclude or suppose from grounds or evidence insufficient to ensure reliability.
|conjure||1. to affect or influence by or as if by invocation or spell.|
2. to effect, produce, bring, etc., by or as by magic
3. to call upon or command (a devil or spirit) by invocation or spell.
4. to call or bring into existence by or as if by magic (usually followed by up).
5. to bring to mind; recall (usually followed by up )
6. to appeal to solemnly or earnestly
7. Obsolete . to charge solemnly.
|condone|| 1. to disregard or overlook (something illegal, objectionable, or the like).|
2. to give tacit approval to
3. to pardon or forgive (an offense); excuse.
4. to cause the condonation of.
5. Law . to forgive or act so as to imply forgiveness of (a violation of the marriage vow).
|consensus|| 1. majority of opinion|
2. general agreement or concord; harmony.
|consonant|| 1. in agreement; agreeable; in accord; consistent (usually followed by to or with )|
2. corresponding in sound, as words.
3. harmonious, as sounds.
4. Music . constituting a consonance.
5. Physics . noting or pertaining to sounds exhibiting