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cupboard a cabinet with shelves designed for storage of food, dishes, clothing, or the like.
cupcake a little cake baked in a mold roughly the size and shape of a cup.
cupful the quantity that fills one cup; cup.
Cupid in Roman mythology, the god of love; Amor; Eros. [2 definitions]
cupidity exceptional desire for money or other material possessions; greed.
cup of tea someone or something that is particularly well liked by or well suited to one (often used in the negative to express dislike).
cupola a dome, esp. one that covers all of the underlying structure, as of a circular or hexagonal room. [2 definitions]
cuppa (chiefly British; informal) cup of tea.
cupping a therapeutic procedure of former times in which a cup was placed over skin and a partial vacuum formed in it to draw blood to or out of the skin, used to treat ailments like internal congestion.
cupreous composed of or resembling copper; coppery.
cupric of or composed of copper, esp. divalent copper.
cupro- copper.
cupronickel an alloy of copper containing nickel, used to make coins and hardware.
cuprous of or composed of monovalent copper.
cur an unpleasant or mean dog, esp. one of mixed breed. [2 definitions]
curable able to be cured or healed.
Curaçao a Dutch Caribbean island, northeast of Venezuela. [2 definitions]
curacy the position, duties, or term in office of a curate.
curare a resinous extract of certain South American plants, used as an arrow poison or as a drug for relaxing muscles. [2 definitions]
curate a parish priest. [2 definitions]
curative capable of curing illness or disease. [2 definitions]