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carpentry the work or product of a carpenter.
carpet a heavy fabric covering for floors, often used to cover the floors of entire rooms. (Cf. rug.) [3 definitions]
carpetbag a traveling bag of heavy fabric, esp. carpet. [2 definitions]
carpetbagger one who moves to a place for the purpose of seeking political advantage. [2 definitions]
carpet beetle any of several small beetles whose larvae feed on and damage furs and woolens.
carpeting a fabric of which carpets are made. [2 definitions]
carpet sweeper a long-handled, hand-operated household implement containing a rotating brush that sweeps dirt, lint, and the like from rugs and carpets.
-carpic having (such) a number or type of fruit.
carping inclined to find fault or complain.
carpool an arrangement among a group of automobile drivers, such as employees at the same workplace, to take turns driving each other to and from a common destination. [3 definitions]
carport a roofed, wall-less shelter for an automobile, usu. attached to a house or other building.
-carpous having (such) a number or type of fruit.
carpus the wrist, or the wrist bones collectively.
carrack a large merchant ship used esp. in the Mediterranean in the fourteenth to sixteenth centuries; galleon.
carrageen a purplish-brown seaweed found along the Atlantic coasts of Europe and North America; Irish moss.
carrel a cubicle large enough for one reader, often in or near the stacks of a library.
carriage a wheeled passenger vehicle that is covered or enclosed. [5 definitions]
carrier one who carries or delivers. [6 definitions]
carrier pigeon a pigeon trained to return to its home base, esp. one used to carry messages from outposts; homing pigeon. [2 definitions]
carriole variant of cariole.
carrion dead and rotting flesh. [3 definitions]