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chancla (Spanish) a type of sandal; flip-flop.
chancre a hard ulcer or sore, esp. the first obvious lesion of syphilis.
chancroid an infectious, nonsyphilitic bacterial ulcer, usu. on or near the genitals; soft chancre.
chancy uncertain in outcome; risky.
chandelier a light fixture, often decorative, suspended from a ceiling and bearing multiple lights.
chandler a person who produces or sells candles. [2 definitions]
change to alter the content or form of. [18 definitions]
changeable capable of changing; likely to change; variable; inconstant; fickle. [2 definitions]
changeful having a tendency to change; inconstant.
changeless unchanging, invariable, or immutable; constant.
changeling a baby secretly substituted for another.
change of life menopause.
change one's mind to make a different decision from the one made before.
change one's tune to change one's ideas, attitudes, behavior, or the like.
changeover the process of conversion from one system or condition to another.
change ringing the art of ringing a harmoniously tuned set of bells or chimes in every possible sequence without repetition.
changing becoming different; shifting; varying.
changing of the guard a ceremony in which a guard is replaced by another guard.
Chang Jiang the longest river of Asia, flowing from Tibet through central China into the East China Sea; Chang; Yangtze.
Chang Jiang River the longest river of Asia, flowing from Tibet through central China into the East China Sea; Chang; Yangtze.
channel the bed of a river, stream, or other waterway. [8 definitions]