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Gifted Honors English Vocabulary 5 & 6

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circumspect
careful, watchful attentive to all points
circumvent
to get around; to beat or defeat by trickery; to prevent an occurrence
clandestine
secret
clement
merciful lenient; mild, as weather
cliché
a worn-out idea or overused expression
coerce
to compel by force; to force a person to do something against his or her will
collaborate
to work with another toward a goal; to cooperate with an enemy invader
comely
attractive or handsome; pleasing to the sight
complacent
pleased with oneself or one's deeds
concur
to be of the same opinion; to agree with
condone
to forgive or overlook an offense by treating the wrongdoer as if he had done nothing wrong
connive
to cooperate secretly in a wrong doing
connoisseur
an expert a critical judge in matters of culture, food, or wine
contrite
showing a deep regret and sorrow, usually for having committed some wrong doing
copious
abundant; large in number or quantity
crass
coarse, stupid, tasteless
credence
belief or trust
culinary
having to do with the kitchen or cooking
culmination
attainment by anything of its highest point or degree
cult
a fad-like devotion to a person, thing, or idea a group of people with such a devotion