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compel to force or drive to some action or attitude; pressure. [3 definitions]
compelling exerting a strong hold on the attention. [2 definitions]
compendious briefly summarizing or abstracting all the essentials; concise but complete.
compendium an abridgement, summary, or abstract. [2 definitions]
compensable entitled or subject to compensation.
compensate to provide with or serve as an equivalent; make up for (usu. fol. by for). [4 definitions]
compensation the act of compensating, or the condition of being compensated. [2 definitions]
compensatory providing compensation, as for injury or loss.
compete to contend against others to win a desired goal or achieve a desired result. [2 definitions]
competence the state of being capable, qualified, or sufficient. [3 definitions]
competent capable; qualified. [3 definitions]
competition the process or act of competing. [4 definitions]
competitive involving, related to, or characterized by competition. [3 definitions]
competitor a person or organization that competes.
compilation the act or process of compiling. [2 definitions]
compile to form (a written work or list) by bringing together pieces of information, articles, documents, or the like. [3 definitions]
compiler one who compiles. [2 definitions]
complacency satisfaction with oneself or one's situation; smugness.
complacent contented with oneself or one's situation to a degree that prevents self-criticism, further progress, or appropriate response to signals of danger or risk. [2 definitions]
complain to express dissatisfaction, pain, grief, or other negative feelings. [3 definitions]
complainant a person or group of people making a legal complaint in a court of law; plaintiff.