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commensurate.adjective.pronunciation-come-men-sir-it
equal in measure or extent; coextensive (lived a life commensurate with the early years of the republic);
corresponding in size, extent, amount, or degree; proportionate (was given a job commensurate with her abilities); commensurable
commensurately.adverb
commensuration.noun

commit.verb
inflected form(s).committed, committing
transitive verb senses.obligate, bind, pledge self to; pledge or assign; to put into charge or trust, entrust
committable.adjective

communion.noun
the act or an instance of sharing, as of thoughts or feelings; spiritual fellowship
Religion.-.the sacrament of the Eucharist received by a congregation; the consecrated.elements of the Eucharist; the part of a Mass or a liturgy in which the Eucharist is received. Basically, what is it?

compassion.noun
sympathetic.(sameness of feeling; two hearts tugging at the same load; recognition of the same feelings another is having) consciousness of others' distress together with a desire to alleviate it; compare empathy

competence.noun
the state or quality of being adequately or well qualified; ability; a specific range of skill, knowledge, or ability; sufficient means for a comfortable existence
Law..the quality or condition of being legally qualified to perform an act 

competent.adjective
well qualified; capable; adequate; able
competence, competency.nouns

complacent.adjective
self satisfied (a complacent smile); unconcerned 
complacently.adverb
complacency.noun
inflected form(s).plural.complacencies
self satisfaction accompanied by unawareness of actual dangers or deficiencies 
complacence also.noun
calm or secure satisfaction with oneself or one's lot; self satisfaction; unconcern

complex.adjective
consisting of interconnected or interwoven parts; composite; composed of two or more units (a complex carbohydrate); involved or intricate, as in structure; complicated
complexly.adverb
complexness.noun
complexity.noun,.plural.complexities
the quality or condition of being complex; something complex (a jet engine seems a maze of complexities)

complex number.noun
any number of the form a + bi, where a and b are real numbers and i is an imaginary number whose square equals 1

complicate, complicated, complicating, complicates.transitive.&.intransitive verbs
to make or become complex or perplexing; to twist or become twisted together
complicate.adjective
complex, intricate and involved

complicated.adjective
intricately involved; containing intricately combined or involved parts; hard to untangle, understand, solve, analyse, etc.
complicatedly.adverb
complicatedness.noun
complication.noun
the act of complicating; a confused or intricate relationship of parts; a factor, a condition, or an element that complicates
Medicine.-.a secondary disease, an accident, or a negative reaction occurring during the course of an illness and usually aggravating the illness

component.adjective
a part; serving as one of the parts of a whole; any of the minimum number of substances required to specify completely the composition of all phases of a chemical system
component.noun
a constituent element, as of a system; element
componential.adjective
Mathematics.-.one of a set of two or more vectors having a sum equal to a given vector

comport.verb
intransitive verb senses.to be fitting; in accord
transitive verb senses.behave; especially to behave in a manner conformable to what is right, proper, or expected; behave
comportment.noun

composite.adjective.and.noun
made up of distinct.components; compound; mosiac
Mathematics..having factors; factorable
(see integer)

composition.noun
a putting together of a whole by the combination of its parts
compositional.adjective
compositionally.adverb

composure.noun
calmness; self possession; stateliness; demure; tranquility; sedateness; exhibiting peaceful deportment
composure implies exhibiting the discipline of one's emotions in a trying situation or, habitual self possession in the face of excitement; the ability to remain mentally focused and emotionally stable in spite of circumstances dictating the contrary

compound1, compounded, compounding, compounds.transitive verbs
to make by combining parts or elements; a substance formed by the combination of elements in fixed proportions, the formation involving a chemical reaction; to add to; increase (high winds compounded the difficulties of the firefighters)
intransitive verb use.to combine in or form a compound; to come to terms; agree
compound, compoundable.adjectives
consisting of two or more substances, ingredients, elements, or parts; a combination of two or more elements or parts; mixture
compounder.noun 
compound2.noun
a building or buildings, especially a residence or group of residences, set off and enclosed by a barrier

comprehension.noun 
the act or action of grasping with the intellect; understanding (knowledge gained by comprehending); the capacity for understanding fully; the act or process of comprising; to comprehend

comprehensive.adjective
covering completely or broadly; inclusive-(comprehensive examinations) (comprehensive
insurance); having or exhibiting wide mental grasp.(comprehensive knowledge) 
comprehensively.adverb
comprehensiveness.noun

cozen, cozened, cozening, cozens.verbs
transitive verb use.to mislead by means of a petty trick or fraud; deceive; to obtain by deceit or persuasion; to persuade or induce to do something by cajoling or wheedling
intransitive verb use.to act deceitfully
cozener.noun

country.noun,.plural.countries
a nation or state; the territory or area of land of a nation or state; land; the people of a nation or state; populace

commence, commenced, commencing, commences.verbs
transitive use.to begin; start
intransitive use.to enter upon or have a beginning; start; begin
commencer.noun

continue, continued, continuing, continues.verbs
intransitive verb use.to go on with a particular action or in a particular condition; persist; to exist over a prolonged period; last; to remain in the same state, capacity, or place (she continued as mayor for a second term); to go on after an interruption; resume.(the training continued after a break for lunch)
transitive verb use.to carry forward; persist in (the police will continue their investigation; to carry further in time, space, or development; extend; to cause to remain or last; retain; to carry on after an interruption; resume
continuable.adjective
continuer.noun

continual.adjective
recurring regularly or frequently (the continual need to be happy); not interrupted; steady (continual noise; a continual diet of vegetables)
continually.adverb

continuous.adjective
uninterrupted in time, sequence, substance, or extent; continual; attached together in repeated units (a continuous form fed into a printer; the chain had continuous links)
continuously.adverb
continuousness.noun

continuance.noun
the act or fact of continuing; the time during which something exists or lasts; duration; a continuation

continuation.noun
the act or fact of continuing; the state of being continued; an extension by which something is carried to a further point; a resumption after an interruption; continuance

continuity.noun,.plural.continuities
the state or quality of being continuous; an uninterrupted succession or flow; a coherent whole; a detailed script or scenario consulted to avoid discrepancies from shot to shot in a film
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