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The 1000 Most Common SAT Words - Set 3

The next 300 words of the 1000 Most Common SAT Words. To be continued.
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chronological
arranged in order of time
circuitous
roundabout
circumlocution
indirect and wordy language
circumscribed
marked off, bounded
circumspect
cautious
circumvent
to get around
clairvoyant
able to perceive things that normal people cannot
clamor
1.(n) loud noise; 2.(v) to loudly insist
clandestine
secret
cleave
1.(v) to divide into parts; 2.(v)to stick together firmly
clemency
mercy
clergy
members of Christian holy orders
cloying
sickeningly sweet
coagulate
to thicken, clot
coalesce
to fuse into a whole
cobbler
a person who makes or repairs shoes
coerce
to make somebody do something by force or threat
cogent
intellectually convincing
cognizant
aware, mindful
coherent
logically consistent, intelligible
collateral
1.(adj) secondary; 2.(n) security for a debt
collusion
secret agreement, conspiracy
colossus
a gigantic statue or thing
combustion
the act or process of burning
commendation
a notice of approval or recognition
commensurate
corresponding in size or amount
commodious
roomy
compelling
forceful, demanding attention
compensate
to make an appropriate payment for something
complacency
self-satisfied ignorance of danger
complement
to complete, make perfect
compliant
ready to adapt oneself to another's wishes
complicit
being an accomplice in wrongful act
compliment
an expression of esteem or approval
compound
1.(v) to combine parts; 2.(n) a combination of different parts; 3.(n) a walled area containing a group of buildings
comprehensive
including everything
compress
to apply pressure, squeeze together
compunction
distress caused by feeling guilty
concede
to accept as valid
conciliatory
friendly, agreeable
concise
brief and direct in expression
concoct
to fabricate, make up
concomitant
accompanying in a subordinate fashion
concord
harmonious agreement
condolence
an expression of sympathy in sorrow
condone
to pardon, deliberately overlook
conduit
a pipe of channel through which something passes
confection
a sweet, fancy food
confidant
a person entrusted with secrets
conflagration
great fire
confluence
a gathering together
conformist
one who behaves the same as others
confound
to frustrate, confuse
congeal
to thicken into a solid
congenial
pleasantly agreeable