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chuckwalla a large lizard, related to the iguana, that lives in the deserts of Mexico and the southwestern United States.
chuff a chugging or puffing sound, as of a steam engine. [2 definitions]
chug a short, repetitive, explosive sound, esp. that made by a slow-moving locomotive. [3 definitions]
chukar a partridge native to Asia and Europe, with red beak and feet and chestnut upper plumage, that has been introduced into the western United States as a game bird.
chukka a suede boot of ankle height, having two pairs of eyelets for the laces.
chukker in polo, a period of play lasting seven and one-half minutes.
chum1 a close or intimate friend; pal. [2 definitions]
chum2 chopped or ground bait dumped or scattered into water to attract fish. [3 definitions]
chummy (informal) friendly; sociable.
chump1 (informal) a fool; dolt. [3 definitions]
chump2 to chew; munch; chomp.
chunk a thick lump or piece of any material. [2 definitions]
chunky of thick or sturdy build; stocky. [2 definitions]
church a building for public Christian worship. [6 definitions]
Church Fathers the ecclesiastical authorities of the early Christian church, whose writings had an authoritative influence on the formation of Christian doctrine.
churchgoer one who attends church, esp. on a regular basis.
churchless combined form of church.
churchly of, concerning, or suited to a church.
churchman a male member of the clergy; priest. [2 definitions]
Church of Christ, Scientist the official name of the church of Christian Science.
Church of England the national church of England, which is Catholic in form but incorporates some Protestant beliefs and is independent of the papacy.