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cheerful full of cheer or good spirits; happy. [3 definitions]
cheerleader a person who leads spectators in organized cheering for the players at sporting events.
cheerless without joy or cheer; gloomy, dreary, or dismal.
cheery in good spirits or promoting good spirits.
cheese a food made from milk curd that has been pressed into a mass and aged or seasoned in any of a wide variety of ways. [3 definitions]
cheeseburger a hamburger patty cooked with cheese on it.
cheesecake a rich cake containing sweetened cream cheese or cottage cheese, milk, eggs, and flavoring. [2 definitions]
cheesecloth a coarse, open-textured cloth of lightweight cotton, used for straining foods.
cheeseparing meanly or foolishly frugal; stingy. [3 definitions]
cheesesteak a type of sandwich with thinly sliced beef topped with cheese, broiled on a submarine roll.
cheesy resembling cheese. [2 definitions]
cheetah a very swift, long-legged, leopardlike cat of Africa, sometimes trained for hunting game.
chef a skilled or professional cook, esp. one in charge of a hotel or restaurant kitchen.
chef-d'oeuvre a crowning achievement or masterpiece, esp. in music, the fine arts, or literature.
chela a pincerlike claw of a hard-shelled animal such as a lobster or scorpion.
chelate in chemistry, of or designating a compound in which the central metallic ion is bonded with two or more nonmetallic atoms to form a closed chain. [7 definitions]
chelicera either of the first pair of appendages of spiders, ticks, and the like, esp. used for grasping.
chelonian of, concerning, or belonging to the group of reptiles that includes the turtles and tortoises. [2 definitions]
chemical a distinct substance, such as an element or molecular compound, used in or obtained through a reaction involving atomic or molecular changes. [3 definitions]
chemical engineering the professional, scientific, or industrial use of chemistry and chemical products; technology of chemistry.
chemical-free made or grown without and containing no added chemicals that could harm life or the environment.