Part 1.

coercion
using force to cause something to occur
coleslaw
a salad made with raw, shredded cabbage
collapse
break down, literally or metaphorically
commonplace
completely ordinary and unremarkable
conception
the creation of something in the mind
condo
one of the dwelling units in a condominium

 

Part 2.

condone
excuse, overlook, or make allowances for
confidence
belief in yourself and your abilities
connoisseur
an expert able to appreciate a field
constraint
the state of being physically limited
continue
keep or maintain in unaltered condition
countless
very many; too numerous to be numbered

 

Part 3.

covenant
an agreement between God and his people
credulous
disposed to believe on little evidence
cuckoo
a bird with pointed wings and a long tail
cycle
a periodically repeated sequence of events
deduce
reason from the general to the particular
default
an option that is selected automatically

 

Part 4.

deference
courteous regard for people's feelings
deprecate
express strong disapproval of; deplore
describe
give a statement representing something
discharge
remove the unbalanced electricity from
disinclination
a certain degree of unwillingness
distortion
a shape resulting from being deformed

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2020-04-17