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Cinereous
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Cinereous: Somewhat cinereous of a color somewhat resembling that of wood ashes.
Circlet
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Circlet: A little circle esp., an ornament for the person, having the form of a circle that which encircles, as a ring, a bracelet, or a headband. Her fair locks in circl
Civil Defence
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Civil Defence: Organized action taken by citizens to defend themselves or repair damage caused by war or disaster
Claribella
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Claribella: A soft, sweet stop, or set of open wood pipes in an organ.
Clavellated
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Clavellated: Said of potash, probably in reference to its having been obtained from billets of wood by burning. [Obs.]
Coal
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Coal: Dark brown rock made up of carbon formed from decomposed (process of decay) vegetation. A fragment of wood or coal that is left from a fire and is glowing or smou
Coamings
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Coamings: Raised pieces of wood of iron around a hatchway, skylight, or other opening in the deck, to prevent water from running bellow esp. the fore-and-aft pieces of a
Coarsen
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Coarsen: Verb: To become coarse. The process that enables this to happen. To make less easily detected.
Coat hanger
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Coat hanger: Piece of wood or plastic used that is used to hand up clothers. A hook is attached to the wood or plastic.
Coating
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Coating: A layer or film spread over some type of surface. The work of applying something, like painting a wall.
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