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conic section in geometry, a curve, such as an ellipse, hyperbola, or parabola, created by the intersection of a plane and a right circular cone.
conidium in fungi, an asexual spore formed at the tip of a specialized structure.
conifer any of several evergreen trees, such as pines or firs, that bear cones.
coniferous bearing cones, or pertaining to plants that do so.
con into to persuade (someone) to do something through trickery.
conj. abbreviation of "conjunction."
conjectural involving or based on conjecture. [2 definitions]
conjecture the making of a guess or inference, esp. with little evidence. [4 definitions]
conjoin to combine for a common purpose.
conjoint joined together; united; associated. [2 definitions]
conjugal of or relating to marriage or the relationship between wife and husband.
conjugate in grammar, to list systematically the inflected forms of (a verb). [5 definitions]
conjugation in grammar, the process of listing systematically the inflected forms of a verb. [4 definitions]
conjunct combined together; united.
conjunction in grammar, a word such as "and," "while," or "because" that connects words, phrases, clauses, or sentences. [4 definitions]
conjunctiva the mucous membrane lining the inner surface of the eyelid and the surface of the eyeball.
conjunctive that connects or joins; connective. [4 definitions]
conjunctivitis inflammation of the conjunctiva.
conjuncture a combination of events or circumstances, esp. one producing a crisis. [2 definitions]
conjuration the act or an instance of conjuring; incantation. [2 definitions]
conjure to do or produce by or as if by magic or sleight of hand. [4 definitions]