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Canis Minor a winter constellation in the northern sky, located between Monoceros and Gemini and containing the bright star Procyon; Little Dog.
carbon the carbon ash that results when wood or other organic matter is burned in the presence of little or no air; charcoal or soot. [1/7 definitions]
ceremony extreme formality or politeness in the manner of carrying out some action, sometimes adopted artificially and containing little meaning. [1/4 definitions]
cheap-jack having little or no worth or value; inferior, base, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
cheeseparing something of little worth. [1/3 definitions]
circlet a little circle, esp. a narrow round band worn as an ornament for the head.
close-mouthed saying little; not talkative; reticent.
conjecture the making of a guess or inference, esp. with little evidence. [1/4 definitions]
counter word (chiefly American) a commonly used word whose current meanings have little relationship to its original meaning, such as "nice" or "terrible".
cuckoo clock a clock that conceals a mechanical bird that pops out of a little door to announce the hour with sounds resembling the cry of a cuckoo.
cupcake a little cake baked in a mold roughly the size and shape of a cup.
cynical showing little or no faith in human nature; distrustful or contemptuous of others' motives. [1/2 definitions]
decaffeinated having had the natural caffeine removed; having little or no caffeine.
dense having parts closely massed with little space between. [1/4 definitions]
depreciate to disparage or treat as having little value; belittle. [1/3 definitions]
desert1 a very dry, often sandy area with little or no plant growth. [2/5 definitions]
deteriorate to wear away; break down little by little. [2/4 definitions]
dipper see Big Dipper and Little Dipper. [1/4 definitions]
discount to pay little or no heed to; underestimate or disregard. [1/11 definitions]
dot a little mark or spot; speck. [1/10 definitions]
dotty1 (informal) eccentric, weak-minded, or a little crazy; daft. [1/4 definitions]