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con game shortened form of "confidence game," a swindle made possible by first gaining the confidence of the victim.
congé a farewell or departure. [4 definitions]
congeal of a fluid or soft substance, to thicken or make solid, esp. by cooling or freezing. [2 definitions]
congener one of the same kind as another. [2 definitions]
congenial suited to or compatible with one's tastes or character, and therefore pleasing. [2 definitions]
congenital existing from birth, but usu. not hereditary. [2 definitions]
conger any of various large sea eels; conger eel.
congeries (used with a sing. or pl. verb) a collection of various things or ideas.
congest to fill to excess; overcrowd; clog. [3 definitions]
congested filled to excess; clogged; overcrowded.
congestion the condition of being excessively full, especially the condition of a road or highway being overly filled with traveling vehicles or pedestrians. [3 definitions]
conglomerate a mass of various components, esp. stony material composed of various kinds of rock. [5 definitions]
conglomeration a varied mass or mixture of persons, things, or substances. [2 definitions]
Congo Republic of the Congo, a country in Central Africa south of Gabon and north of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Republic of the Congo was formerly known as the French Congo. Its capital is Brazzaville. [3 definitions]
congo eel an eellike salamander of the southeastern United States that has two pairs of small nonfunctioning legs; congo snake.
Congolese of or pertaining to Congo or its people, culture, language, or the like. [2 definitions]
Congo River a river of central Africa flowing into the Atlantic Ocean; Zaire River.
congo snake see "congo eel."
congratulate to praise, acknowledge, and express one's pleasure at the achievement or good fortune of (a person or group).
congratulation the act of congratulating. [2 definitions]
congregate to bring or come together to form a group or assembly; gather.