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chasm a deep fissure or cleft in the earth's surface; gorge. [3 definitions]
chassé a swift gliding dance step to the side or front. [2 definitions]
chasseur in the French army, a member of the light infantry or light cavalry, specially trained for rapid maneuvering. [3 definitions]
chassis in a motor vehicle, the frame supporting the body and engine. [4 definitions]
chaste not having committed fornication or adultery. [3 definitions]
chasten to awaken conscience or bring about moral improvement through suffering, discipline, or punishment. [3 definitions]
chastise to punish, often corporally. [2 definitions]
chastity the practice or condition of sexual abstinence or virginity; celibacy. [2 definitions]
chasuble a loose, sleeveless garment worn by a priest over other clothing during Mass.
chat to talk in a friendly or informal manner. [7 definitions]
château a castle or country manor in France, or one built according to a French style. [2 definitions]
châteaubriand an esp. thick and tender center cut of beef tenderloin, usu. served with a sauce.
chatelaine the mistress of a castle or large household. [3 definitions]
chatroom a site on the Internet where two or more computer users can converse in real time by typing messages that appear on all participants' screens instantly.
chattel any article of property not attached to lands or buildings; movable property. [2 definitions]
chattel mortgage a mortgage on personal property, esp. movable property.
chatter to speak rapidly and without important content; jabber. [7 definitions]
chatterbox one who talks excessively.
chatty tending to chat; talkative. [2 definitions]
chauffeur one employed to drive an automobile. [2 definitions]
Chautauqua a lake in southwestern New York, or the village located on this lake. [3 definitions]