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Vocabulary From The Letter “C’’

Hello & welcome to all dear viewers of this page. Each and every word has its own importance. In the same way letter ‘C’ also has its own value. In present era many government jobs exams are conducting by various organizations.

English is the most important part of these exams and mostly candidates failed in English section because of their week knowledge of English and less power of vocabulary. Letter ‘C’ is also the first letter of cow which is called “Gau Mata” in India. The word start with ‘C’ i.e. children another form of God.

Dear viewers here we are showing few important words from letter ‘C’ which is most important for the exams point   of view. See the given words as under and learn:

 

 

Word

Meaning

Example

Credible

can be believed, reasonable

The witness gave a credible account of the accident.

Credulous

too ready to believe

The credulous child believed the story about flying horses.

Courier

a messenger

The courier gave the message to the secretary.

Course

 forward movement, movement from point to point, to run along a path

Blood courses through your veins with every beat of your heart..

Current

 happening now, up to date, the movement of water

Is this information current or out of date?

Condition

the state of something or someone

Is your car in good condition?

Corpse

a dead body

A corpse was found floating in the river.

Corpulent

having a large body

The corpulent politician jabbed a fat finger in the air.

Corporate

formed into a body or association, united in one group

The corporate structure allowed many people to work as a group.

Cognizant

aware

The man was cognizant of the danger of walking through the park at night.

Clamor

noise, to make noise

The children clamored for more ice cream.

Chronic

 marked by a long period of time, recurrence

Gabrielle has a chronic back disorder and cannot lift heavy objects.

Capacious

containing a great deal

You have a capacious library with many unusual books.

Captive

a person held against his or her own will, held prisoner

The captives were taken to the jail.

Concede

to accept as true, to yield, to allow

I conceded to her point of view.

Conduct

to lead or guide, a person’s behaviour

Jared was conducted into the doctor’s office by the nurse.

Conjugal

of marriage, marital relationship

One should think seriously before entering a conjugal relationship.

 

 

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