Part 1.

contend
compete for something
contract
a binding agreement that is enforceable by law
contrive
make or work out a plan for; devise
contrived
artificially formal
contusion
an injury in which the skin is not broken
convalesce
get over an illness or shock

 

Part 2.

convention
a large formal assembly
convince
make realize the truth or validity of something
corpulent
excessively fat
countermand
cancel officially
court
an assembly to conduct judicial business
cower
crouch or curl up

 

Part 3.

coy
showing marked and often playful evasiveness or reluctance
cozen
cheat or trick
crabbed
annoyed and irritable
craven
lacking even the rudiments of courage; abjectly fearful
credence
the mental attitude that something is believable
credible
appearing to merit belief or acceptance

 

Part 4.

credo
any system of principles or beliefs
crevice
a long narrow opening
crew
the men and women who man a vehicle
crone
an ugly, evil-looking old woman
cryptic
of an obscure nature
cupidity
extreme greed for material wealth

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2020-04-17