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capitalize to write or print (something) using capital letters or using a capital letter as the initial letter. [1/4 definitions]
capital letter a letter of the alphabet written or printed larger than and in a somewhat different form from its lower-case equivalent and used to designate a proper noun or initiate a sentence.
carbon copy a copy of a document, letter, or the like that is made by using carbon paper. [1/2 definitions]
cc2 abbreviation of "carbon copy," originally referring to a copy of a document, letter, or the like that is made by using carbon paper, now designating a copy or duplicate that is made through any means.
cedilla a diacritical mark (), placed under certain letters in French, Portuguese, Turkish, and Russian to indicate a particular pronunciation, as, in French, the sound of "s" for the letter "c".
chain letter a letter with a message or money-making proposal that instructs the recipient to copy the letter and send it to others.
character a mark, letter, or symbol used in an alphabet or in mathematics. [1/7 definitions]
chi1 the name of the twenty-second letter of the Greek alphabet.
circularize to circulate (a notice, letter, or the like). [1/3 definitions]
Colossians a book of the New Testament, consisting of a letter written by the apostle Paulto the Christians of Colossae.
consonant any letter of an alphabet that is used to represent the sound of a consonant. [1/6 definitions]
cover letter a letter of explanation enclosed with a document, package, or the like.
credential (usu. pl.) evidence of such entitlement, usu. in writing, such as a document, license, certificate, or letter of recommendation. [1/2 definitions]
cursive an individual letter or character written in a cursive style. [1/3 definitions]
d the fourth letter of the English alphabet. [1/4 definitions]
daleth the name of the fourth letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
date1 to write or print the date on (a letter or other document). [1/11 definitions]
dead letter a letter that the post office is unable to deliver or return, usu. because of an incorrect address or the lack of a return address. [1/2 definitions]
dear (cap.) used as a conventional greeting that opens a letter. [1/9 definitions]
dele a mark used to indicate that something such as a letter, word, or sentence is to be deleted. [1/3 definitions]
delta the name of the fourth letter of the Greek alphabet. [1/2 definitions]