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configure to set or arrange the constituent elements of (something) in a particular way so as to have a working combination. [2 definitions]
confine to limit within certain bounds; restrict. [3 definitions]
confinement the act of confining. [3 definitions]
confirm to prove or verify; show to be true or correct. [4 definitions]
confirmable combined form of confirm.
confirmation the act or process of confirming. [3 definitions]
confirmatory giving or tending to give confirmation or corroboration.
confirmed verified as to accuracy or truth. [3 definitions]
confiscate to seize by virtue of authority. [3 definitions]
confiscatory of, constituting, characterized by, or having the effect of confiscation.
Confiteor a prayer at the beginning of the Roman Catholic Mass, in which there is a confession of sins.
conflagration a large, damaging fire.
conflate to combine (two or more things) into one; fuse; meld.
conflict to be in strong opposition or disagreement; differ. [6 definitions]
conflicted having feelings about something that contradict one another, often making it difficult to make a decision.
conflicting being in opposition to one another.
conflict of interest a conflict or potential conflict between one of a person's interests or commitments and another, esp. between a public official's private financial interest and his or her public obligations.
confluence a joining or convergence of two or more streams, or their point of junction. [3 definitions]
conflux a confluence; joining; gathering.
conform to be or act in accordance or compliance with an established standard or norm. [4 definitions]
conformable in conformance or harmony; similar; corresponding. [2 definitions]