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concert grand the largest size of grand piano, used esp. for concert performances.
concertina a small musical instrument similar to an accordion but with buttons for keys and hexagonal bellows.
concertize to give solo recitals and concerts, as a musician who tours, performing alone or as a guest artist.
concertmaster the leader of the first violins of an orchestra, and usu. the assistant conductor.
concerto a musical composition for one or more solo instruments accompanied by an orchestra.
concession an act or instance of conceding, such as the granting of a right or privilege or the admitting of a point in an argument. [4 definitions]
concessionaire one who has been granted or operates a concession.
concessionary of, pertaining to, or in the nature of a concession. [2 definitions]
concessive serving to concede. [2 definitions]
conch any of various large tropical mollusks having spiral shells. [2 definitions]
conchiferous having a shell, as snails.
conchology the scientific study of mollusk shells.
concierge a person who serves as doorkeeper and janitor for an apartment building, esp. in France.
conciliar of, from, or pertaining to a council, esp. an ecclesiastical council.
conciliate to overcome the anger, distrust, or animosity of; appease; placate. [3 definitions]
conciliatory tending to placate or reconcile.
concinnity a harmonious or skillful arrangement of parts, as in writing or rhetoric.
concise short and to the point; saying much in a few words.
conclave a secret, private, or confidential meeting or gathering. [3 definitions]
conclude to bring to an end; finish or complete. [4 definitions]
conclusion an ending or termination. [5 definitions]