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English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO & Other exams

Clamor: demand, shout, outcry, push for, commotion, appeal, request, demand
Example: [She was awakened by a clamor outside]

Clamor (Clamour): noisy outcry
Example: [Fans were clamoring for their autographs]

Clan:
extended family
Example: [the whole clan came to visit us]

Clandestine:
secret
Example: [clandestine activities]

Clangor:
banging sounds, a loud repeating noise
Example: [The clatter of the presses ceased suddenly, to be followed quickly by the clangor of hurrying fire-bells]

Clangor (Clangour):
resounding noise loud
Example: [the clangor of hammers on steel]

Clapper:
applauder, the metal striker inside a bell, someone who claps
Example: [But, even then, so heavy was the bell that it was not until Challenger and Summerlee had added their weight to ours that we heard the roaring and clanging above our heads which told us that the great clapper was ringing out its music]

Clarion:
trumpet like sound shrill
Example: [clarion call of the bugle]

Classify:
organize, order, categorize
Example: [There has been no attempt to describe or classify sub-species]

Claustrophobia:
fear of enclosed places
Example: [He suffers from claustrophobia so he never travels on underground trains]

Clavicle:
collarbone
Example: [the football player broke his clavicle]

Clearance:
authorization, official approval, cleaning, permission, removal of unwanted objects
Example: [You’ll need to get security clearance to see the classified information]

Cleave:
to stick, to split or separate, adhere
Example: [The ancient ivy cleaved to the ruined castle walls]

Cleft:
split
Example: [a cleft in the rocks]

Clemency:
merciful leniency forgiveness
Example: [The jury passed a verdict of guilty, with an appeal to the judge for clemency]

Clement:
Compassionate.

Cliché:
an overused expression
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Clientele: clients
Example: [The dazzling array of shops convey the very latest in fallalery to a very chic clientele]

Climactic:
relating to the highest point
Example: [he reached the climactic portions of the book]

Clime:
climate region
Example: [doctors advised him to move to a warmer clime]

Clique:
a small group
Example: [a very unfriendly clique of people]

Cloister:
to confine, refuge, seclude
Example: [the nuns lived in a cloister]

Clone:
duplicate
Example: [Dolly was the first sheep clone]

Clothier:
One who makes or sells cloth or clothing.

Clout:
influence
Example: [the Indian maharajas have no real political clout]

Cloven:
split
Example: [The devil was painted with horns and cloven hooves]

Cloying:
overly sweet, sticky, mawkish, sugary, saccharine
Example: [cloying sweetness/scent/sentimentality/odor/melody]

Coadjutor:
colleague assistant
Example: [coadjutor of the bishop]

Coagulate:
thicken
Example: [The sauce coagulated as it cooled down]

Coalesce:
to grow together combine
Example: [the brooks coalesce into a large river]

Coalescence:
The act or process of coming together so as to form one body combination or product.

Coalition:
combination, union, organization, association, alliance
Example: [a governing coalition]

Cockade:
decoration worn on hat
Example: [cockade in helmets]

Coda:
finale, (Music) closing section, conclusion, end
Example: [a fitting coda to the saga]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Coddle: baby, to pamper, treat indulgently
Example: [The steel industry is coddled by trade protection and massive subsidies]

Codicil:
supplement to a will
Example: [this codicil was drawn up five years after writing of the original will]

Coerce:
to force
Example: [Employees said they were coerced into signing the agreement]

Coercion:
force
Example: [police used coercion]

Coercive:
Serving or tending to force.

Coeval:
living at the same time as contemporary

Coffer:
large chest for money strong box
Example: [government coffers]

Cog:
a small and unimportant person a spoke in a wheel

Cogent:
convincing, well-put, logically forceful
Example: [cogent reply]

Cogitate:
ponder
Example: [cogitate on this problem and the solution will come]

Cognate:
related from the same source
Example: [The Italian word ‘mangiare’ is cognate with the French ‘manger’, both of which mean ‘to eat’]

Cognition:
perception understanding
Example: [it is important to learn about human memory and cognition]

Cognizant:
aware
Example: [cognizant of the full facts]

Cognomen:
any name, family name, nickname
Example: [he asked the court to change his cognomen to a more American-sounding name]

Cohabit:
live together
Example: [cohabiting couples]

Cohere:
To stick together
Example: [His vision is of a world that coheres through human connection rather than rules]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


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