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Counselor
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Counselor: One who counsels an adviser. Can he that speaks with the tongue of an enemy be a good counselor, or no Shak. A member of council one appointed to advise a sove
Countertrade
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Countertrade: Type of international trade in which goods and services are exchanged without the use of money
Countor
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Countor: An advocate or professional pleader one who counted for his client, that is, orally pleaded his cause. [Obs.] Burrill.
Cowboys
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Cowboys: Name of the athletic teams at Oklahoma State University (USA) professional football team from Dallas (Texas, USA)
Craftsman
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Craftsman: One skilled in some trade or manual occupation an artificer a mechanic.
Craftsmaster
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Craftsmaster: One skilled in his craft or trade one of superior cunning. In cunning persuasion his craftsmaster. Holland.
Crematory
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Crematory: Pertaining to, or employed in, cremation.
Crime shark
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Crime shark: One who is a career criminal, one who constantly commits crimes
Crowkeeper
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Crowkeeper: A person employed to scare off crows hence, a scarecrow. [Obs.] Scaring the ladies like a crowkeeper. Shak.
Cucking stool
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Cucking stool: A kind of chair formerly used for punishing scolds, and also dishonest tradesmen, by fastening them in it, usually in front of their doors, to be pelted an
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