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capsicum any of numerous pepper plants related to nightshade that bear fleshy green, yellow, or red edible pods in many varieties from mild to hot. [2 definitions]
capsid the outer protein shell of a virus particle that surrounds its nucleic acid.
capsize to overturn or cause to overturn.
capstan a vertical drum or post on a ship, rotated to hoist weights, such as an anchor, by winding in rope or cable. [2 definitions]
capstan bar a pole inserted in and used as a lever to turn a capstan.
capstone the topmost or finishing stone of a structure. [2 definitions]
capsulate enclosed in or formed into a capsule; encapsulated.
capsule a gelatinous case for medicine, or such a case together with its contents, that dissolves when swallowed. [7 definitions]
capsulize to enclose in a capsule. [2 definitions]
Capt. abbreviation of "Captain."
captain a leader. [8 definitions]
caption a heading, title, or legend for printed matter such as a magazine article, newspaper photo, or graph. [4 definitions]
captionless combined form of caption.
captious inclined to petty criticism; faultfinding. [2 definitions]
captivate to charm or fascinate, as by beauty or wit; enthrall.
captivating causing one to be charmed or fascinated, as by beauty or intellectual appeal.
captive one who is confined or subjugated, such as a prisoner. [6 definitions]
captive breeding the act of maintaining populations of plants or animals in controlled environments, conservation facilities and wildlife reserves.
captivity the condition of being captive; bondage; imprisonment. [2 definitions]
captor one who takes or holds someone or something captive.
capture to seize by overpowering or plotting. [6 definitions]