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chromatin.noun
a complex of nucleic acids and proteins in the cell-nucleus that stains readily with basic dyes and condenses to form chromosomes during cell division chromatinic.adjective

crass, crasser, crassest.adjective
so crude and unrefined as to be lacking in discrimination and sensibility
crassitude or crassness.noun
crassly.adverb

comply, complied, complying, complies.intransitive verbs
to act in accordance with another's command, request, rule, or wish (the patient complied with the physician's orders)

compliant.adjective
disposed or willing to comply; submissive
compliantly.adverb
compliance.noun
the act of complying with a wish, request, or demand; acquiescence; flexibility

Caesar.noun
the family name of Julius Caesar and of the next eleven rulers of Rome, who were emperors. The emperors of Germany and Russia in modern times adapted the word Caesar into titles for themselves Kaiser and Czar

cuneiform.adjective
being a character or characters formed by the arrangement of small wedge-shaped elements and used in ancient Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, and Persian writing;

consistent.adjective
in agreement; compatible (the testimony was consistent with the known facts); being in agreement with itself; coherent and uniform (a consistent pattern of behavior); reliable; steady (demonstrated a consistent ability to impress the critics)
consistently.adverb

consistency.noun, plural.consistencies
agreement or logical.coherence among things or parts (a rambling argument that lacked any consistency; compatibility; uniformity of successive results or events (pitched with remarkable consistency throughout the season); degree or texture of density, firmness, or viscosity

coddle, coddled, coddling, coddles.transitive verbs
to cook in water just below the boiling point: coddle eggs; to treat indulgently; baby; pamper
coddler.noun

contiguous.adjective
sharing an edge or boundary; touching; neighboring; adjacent; connecting without a break (the 48 contiguous states); connected in time; uninterrupted (served two contiguous terms in office
contiguously.adverb
contiguousness.noun

circa.preposition.Abbreviation ca, c., C.
in approximately; about (born circa 1900); compare era

contemplate, contemplated, contemplating, contemplates.verbs
transitive verb use.to look at attentively and thoughtfully so as to find out about, as opposed to thinking, which extends contemplation to creating something new in the mind; see; think about; to consider carefully and at length; meditate on or ponder.(contemplated the problem from all sides); contemplated the mystery of God; to have in mind as an intention or possibility (contemplate marriage; contemplate retirement)
intransitive verb use.to ponder; meditate
contemplator, contemplation.nouns
the act or state of contemplating; thoughtful observation or study; meditation on spiritual matters; intention or expectation (sought further information in contemplation of a career change)

cleft.verbs
a past tense and a past participle of cleave
cleft.adjective
divided; split
cleft.noun
a crack, crevice, or split; a split or indentation between two parts, as of the chin

cleave, cleft or cleaved or clove, cleft or cleaved or cloven, cleaving, cleaves.verbs
transitive verb use.to split with or as if with a sharp instrument; to pierce or penetrate
intransitive verb use.to split or separate, especially along a natural line of division; to make one's way; penetrate
cleavable.adjective

cajole, cajoled, cajoling, cajoles.transitive verbs
to urge with gentle and repeated appeals, teasing, or flattery; wheedle
cajoler, cajolery.noun
cajolingly.adverb

congratulate, congratulated, congratulating, congratulates transitive verbs
to express joy or acknowledgment, for good things another is experiencing
congratulator.noun
congratulatory.adjective

congratulation.noun
the act of expressing joy or acknowledgment, as for the achievement or good fortune of another; often congratulations; an expression of such joy or acknowledgment

captious.adjective
marked by a disposition to find and point out trivial faults; critical; intended to entrap or confuse, as in an argument.(a captious question)
captiously.adverb
captiousness.noun

carp, carped, carping, carps.intransitive verbs
to find fault in a disagreeable way; complain fretfully; quibble
carper.noun

carping.adjective
naggingly.critical or complaining
carpingly.adverb

confidential.adjective
done or communicated in confidence; secret; entrusted with the confidence of another (a confidential secretary); denoting confidence or intimacy.(a confidential tone of voice)
confidentiality.or.confidentialness.noun
confidentially.adverb

confidant.noun
one to whom secrets or private matters are disclosed; a character in a drama or fiction, such as a trusted friend or servant, who serves as a device for revealing the inner thoughts or intentions of a main character

convex.adjective
having a surface or boundary that curves or bulges outward, as the exterior of a sphere
convexly.adverb

convoluted.adjective
having numerous overlapping coils or folds (a convoluted seashell); intricate; complicated.(convoluted legal language; convoluted reasoning)
convolute.adjective
rolled or coiled together in overlapping whorls, as certain leaves, petals, or shells
convolute, convoluted, convoluting, convolutes.intransitive.& transitive verbs
to coil or fold or cause to coil or fold in overlapping whorls
convolutely.adverb

convolution.noun
a form or part that is folded or coiled; one of the convex folds of the surface of the brain
convolutional.adjective

convolve, convolved, convolving, convolves.verbs
transitive verb use.to roll together; coil up
intransitive verb use.to form convolutions
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