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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]
conclusive serving to reach a final answer or decision, or to settle.
concoct to make by putting together a number of parts or ingredients. [2 definitions]
concoction something concocted, esp. a mixture of liquids. [2 definitions]
concomitance the quality of being concomitant. [2 definitions]
concomitant existing or happening at the same time as something else, esp. as the less important thing or event; accompanying; attendant. [2 definitions]
Concord the capital of New Hampshire.
concord a state of agreement or harmony between persons or things. [3 definitions]
concordance an alphabetical index of all the main words in a book or in the entire work of an author, listing the contexts in which each word occurs and giving page references for each occurrence. [2 definitions]
concordant being in agreement or harmony.
concordat a formal agreement or contract, as between the pope and a government, concerning the regulation of church affairs.
concourse a large open space, as in a railway station, where many people pass or gather. [5 definitions]
concrescence the merging, esp. by growing together, of related parts or particles, as cells.