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clubwoman a woman who is a member of one or more clubs at which, or in the activities of which, she spends much time.
cluck to make the sharp, throaty noise of a hen brooding or calling chicks. [4 definitions]
clue something that gives direction or help in solving a puzzle, problem, or mystery. [2 definitions]
clue in to provide with information or make aware.
clueless combined form of clue.
clump a dense grouping, as of trees. [6 definitions]
clumsy lacking physical grace or coordination; awkward; fumbling. [3 definitions]
clung past tense and past participle of cling.
clunk a dull heavy sound; thud; thump. [4 definitions]
clunky heavy or large and oddly-shaped, giving the feeling or appearance of awkwardness or unattractiveness. [2 definitions]
cluster a small, close grouping of similar things. [3 definitions]
clutch1 to grab with or as if with the hands; seize. [9 definitions]
clutch2 a group of eggs incubated or hatched at the same time. [3 definitions]
clutter to fill or litter with an untidy assortment of things. [3 definitions]
Clydesdale a large powerful draft horse characterized by its thickly feathered fetlocks.
clypeate in biology, shaped like a round shield, as a plate on the head of certain insects.
clyster an enema.
Cm symbol of the chemical element curium.
cm abbreviation of "centimeter," or "centimeters," a unit of length equal to one hundredth of a meter or 0.3937 inch.
c'mon (informal) contracted form of "come on," used to demand or encourage someone to come along quickly or to stop hesitating to do something. [2 definitions]
CO2 abbreviation of "commanding officer," a military officer in charge of a unit or installation.