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chuckhole a hole or rut in a road surface; pothole.
chuckle to laugh softly or in a half-suppressed manner. [3 definitions]
chuck wagon in the western United States, a wagon or van used to carry food and utensils for feeding outdoor workers such as cowboys.
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 (informal) 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) in a close, friendly relationship, or acting as if one were or wished to be in such a relationship.
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.