Synonyms ( C )

Cajole

( Verb )

We had to cajole him out of going to USA for higher studies.

Synonyms:

Inveigle; Beguile; Coax; Flatter; Blandish; Wheedle


Calamity

(Noun )
AT last, we had to face the calamity.

Synonyms:

Distress; Misfortune; Trouble; Misery; Catastrophe; Affliction; Disaster


Calculate

( Verb )

Please, calculate once again. I think, you are wrong.

Synonyms:

Reckon; Count; Assess; Estimate; Number; Computer


Call

( Verb )

called to see Mr. Green.

Synonyms:

Bid; Recall; Invite; Summon; Muster; Convent; Invoke


Calm

( Adjective )

We had to keep calm to hear what she said.

Synonyms:

Pacify; Hush; Compose; Quiet; Solace; Palliate; Mitigate; Lull


Cancel

( Verb )

Because of heavy rain, the musical program stands cancelled.
Synonyms:

Destroy; Abolish; Obliterate; Blot out; Efface; Nullify; Invalidate; Erase; Bite


Capacity

 ( Noun )

This book is with in the capacity of young readers.

Synonyms:

Capability; Ability; Competence; Aptitude; Faculty; Skill; Wit; Talent; Power


Capture

( Verb )

This advertisement will capture the attention of the readers everywhere.
Synonyms:
Arrest; Seize; Snatch; Catch; Apprehend


Care

( Noun )
Care should be take to see that no theft takes place on Sundays in this shop..
Synonyms:
Prudence; Thrift; Wariness; Custody


Careful

( Adjective )
Be careful not to break the eggs.
Synonyms:
Meticulous; Conscientious; Scrupulous; Punctilious


Carry

( Verb )
Can you carry all these figures in your head?
Synonyms:
Bear; Bring; Haul; Convey; Take; Transport


Casualty

( Noun )

Casualty list was published after the train accident.
Synonyms:
Mishap; Incident; Chance; Calamity; Misadventure


Catching

( Adjective )
The eye-catching color of the dress he wore got the attention of all the people present in the function.
Synonyms:
Charming; Attractive; Appealing; Enchanting; Captivating; Winning; Fascinating


Cause-Verb

( Verb )
This has caused us much anxiety.
Synonyms:
Produce; Bring about; Originate; Evoke; Create; Effect


Cease

( Verb )
The Old German empire ceased to exist in 1918.

Synonyms:
End; Discontinue; Stop; Halt; Pause


Celebrated

( Adjective )
He is a celebrated painter.
Synonyms:
Notable; Distinguished; Eminent; Noted; Illustrious


Celibacy

( Noun )
He maintains his state of celibacy in order to become a Priest.
Synonyms:
Single; Singleness; Bachelorhood; Virginity; Blessed; Maidenhood; Chastity


Censorship

( Noun )
All the feature films in India should undergo censorship before their release.
Synonyms:
Disapproval; Criticism; Blame


Central

( Adjective )
The central theme of this book is that democracy is not good for all countries.
Synonyms:
Inner; Interior; Mean; Median; Mid; Chief; Essential; Focal; Fundamental; Key; Primary; Principal


Certain

( Adjective )
Synonyms:
Positive; Definite; Indisputable; Sure; Actual; Unequivocal; Incontestable


Change

( Verb )

I must change these trousers. They have got oil on them.
Synonyms:
Alter; Veer; Shift; Diversity; Modify; Convert; Transfigure; Transform; Transmute


Chaos

( Adjective )
Synonyms:
Disorder; Confusion; Jumble; Abysmal; Void


Charity

( Noun )
Charity begins at home.
Synonyms:
Kindness; Benignity; Generosity; Philanthropy; Benevolence; Beneficence; Alms; Giving; Liberty


Chase

( Verb )

Synonyms:
Follow; Hunt; Pursue; Track; Run after; Course


Cheap

( Adjective )
We had to travel by the cheap route to reach our home town.
Synonyms:
Worthless; Inferior; Mean; Inexpensive; Common; Paltry


Cheat

( Verb )
You can not cheat money out of him.
Synonyms:
Deceive; Swindle; Dupe; Hoodwink; Defraud; Fleece; Gull; Hoax; Bilk; Delude


Check

( Verb )

We had checked the enemy’s advance.
Synonyms:
Stop; Impede; Hinder; Control; Curb; Subdue; Repress


Cheer

( Verb )
Your visit have cheered up the sick man.
Synonyms:
Comfort; Solace; Gladden; Enliven; Exhilarate; Applaud; Clap; Praise


Cheerful

( Adjective )
His cheerful conversation with his friends gave him more energy and confidence to face the challenges
Synonyms:
Joyous; Blithe; Sunny; Happy; Bright; Gay; Lively


Chief

( Adjective )

The chief composition of this album is all about love and friendship.
Synonyms:
Premier; Main; Leading; Supreme; Cardinal; Principal


Chief-Noun

( Noun )

The Chief Minister of this state is very young man.
Synonyms:
Leader; Head; Caption; Chieftain; Ruler; Commander


Chill

( Adjective )
There is a quite chill in the air in the morning.
Synonyms:
Coldness; Chilliness; Shivering; Bite; Frost


Choice

( Noun )
Be careful in your choice of your spouse.
Synonyms:
Selection; Option; Alternative; Adoption; Preference


Choke

( Verb )
Her voice was choked with sobs.
Synonyms:
Strangle; Suffocate; Smother; Stifle; Throttle


Choose

( Verb )
The greedy boy had to choose the largest apple in the dish.
Synonyms:
Select; Prefer; Pick; Elect; Cull


Circulate

( Verb )
Blood circulates through our body.
Synonyms:
Propagate; Spread; Advertise; Publish; Diffuse; Disseminate


Claim-Verb

( Verb )
Every citizen in the democratic country may claim the protection of law.
Synonyms:
Maintain; Require; Assume; Challenge; Demand

Class-Verb

( Verb )
Is it advisable to class the people according to their financial background?
Synonyms:
Arrange; Group; Rank; Distribute; Dispose; Classify


Clean

( Verb )

Synonyms:
Purify; Clarify; Cleanse; Faultless; Immaculate; Spotless; Unblemished


Clear

( Adjective )

The clear water of the mountain lake is the major attraction for the tourists to visit the mountains in the summer.
Synonyms:
Definite; District; Unmistakable; Explicit


Clever

( Adjective )
He is cleaver at arithmetic.
Synonyms:
Talented; Gifted; Capable; Sharp; Dexterous; Smart; Natural


Cling

( Verb )

Synonyms:
Attach; Adhere; Stick; Cleave; Together; Hold; Embrace; Hug


Cloudy

( Adjective )
The cloudy sky is the indicator of rainy season.
Synonyms:
Dark; Dim; Gloomy; Murky; Foggy; Overcast


Clutch

( Verb )
A drowning man will clutch at a straw.
Synonyms:
Grip; Seize; Catch; Grab; Grasp


Coarse

( Adjective )
A dress made of coarse is the fashion-dress today.
Synonyms:
Unpolished; Harsh; Indelicate; Unrefined; Rude; Gross


Cold

( Adjective )
This is a hotel with hot and cold water in every room.
Synonyms:
Chilled; Chilly; Cool; Frigid; Frosty; Gelid; Icy


Combat

( Noun )
combat with the wind and waves is inevitable for a sailor.
Synonyms:
War; Battle; Action; Contest; Conflict; Broil


Comfort

( Noun )
Become fond of comfort as we grow old.
Synonyms:
Ease; Rest; Leisure; Relaxation; Repose; Relief


Comfortable

( Adjective )
Please, make your self comfortable.
Synonyms:
Pleasant; Agreeable; Pleasing; Delightful; Homely; Relaxing; Restful; Convenient; Cozy


Command

( Noun )

Synonyms:
Commandment; Order; Directive; Mandate; Rule; Behest; Decree; Direct


Commemorate

( Verb )
Christmas commemorates the birth of Christ.
Synonyms:
Celebrate; Honor; Immortalize; Keep; Memorialize; Pay tribute to; Recognize; Remember; Salute; Solemnize


Common

( Adjective )
They have English as a common language.
Synonyms:
Usual; Frequent; Ordinary; Familiar; Vulgar; Mean; Hackneyed; Trite; Low


Compact

( Adjective )
Compact Disc is the mostly used to transmit data in Computers.
Synonyms:
Compressed; Condensed; Dense; Firm; Impenetrable; Impermeable; Pressed together; Solid; Thick; Compendious; Concise; Epigrammatic; Laconic


Companion

( Noun )
He is an excellent companion.
Synonyms:
Friend; Colleague; Pen-pal; Comrade; Shadow; Accomplice; Associate


Company

( Noun )
He stayed at home to keep his wife company.
Synonyms:
Collection; Crowd; Troupe; Assemblage; Group; Gathering; Firm; Assembly; House; Gang; Conclave


Comparison-Noun

( Noun )
The tallest buildings in London is small in comparison with those in New York.
Synonyms:
Similitude; Illustration; Simile; Collation; Juxtaposition; Correlation; Resemblance

Compassion

( Noun )
He was filled with compassion for the refugees.
Synonyms:
Kindness; Charity; Clemency; Sorrow; Tenderness; Mercy; Sympathy; Condolence


Compel

( Verb )
His conscience compelled him to confess.

Synonyms:
Bind; Coerce; Drive; Oblige; Constrain; Force; Necessitate


Competent

( Adjective )

Is Miss Matura competent in her work as a teacher?
Synonyms: 
Able; Adapted; Adequate; Appropriate; Capable; Clever; Endowed; Equal; Fit; Pertinent; Proficient; Qualified; Sufficient; Suitable


Complacent-Adjective

( Adjective )
With a complacent smile, he sent us off to our native place.
Synonyms: 
Content; Gratified; Pleased; Pleased; With oneself; Resting on one’s laurels; Assured; Self-contented; Self satisfied; Serene; Smug; Unconcerned


Compose

( Verb )
She composed herself to answer the letter form her father.
Synonyms: 
Write; Pacify; Form; Calm; Allay


Compress

( Verb )
Synonyms:
Abridge; Contract; Crowd; Compact; Condense


Compromise

( Noun )
The strike was not ended until they resorted to compromise.
Synonyms: 
Accommodation; Accord; Adjustment; Agreement; Concession; Half measures; Settlement


Compulsory

( Adjective )
Is military service compulsory in your country?
Synonyms: 
Binding; Forced; Imperative; Mandatory; Obligatory; Required; Requisite


Conceal

( Verb )
He tried to conceal the fact that his son scored very low marks in the public exam.
Synonyms: 
Suppress; Screen; Disguise; Hide; Bury; Camouflage; Cover; Obscure; Secret


Concede

( Verb )
He conceded ten points to his opponents.
Synonyms: 
Admit; Accept; Acknowledge; Allow; Confess; Grant; Cede; Hand over; Relinquish; Surrender; Yield


Conceited

( Adjective )

His self-conceited tendency cost him success in the recently concluded election.
Synonyms: 
Arrogant; Egotistical; Immodest; Narcissistic; Overweening; Too big for one’s boot; Vain


Concentration

( Noun )
This book requires a high power of concentration to complete.
Synonyms: 
Absorption; Application; Heed; Bringing; To bear; Centralization; Consolidation; Convergence; Accumulation; Aggregation; Collection; Horde


Concerted

( Adjective )
The concerted action taken by them produced the wanted results.
Synonyms: 
Agreed upon; Collaborative; Combined; Coordinated; Joint; Planned; Prearranged


Concord

( Noun )
Live in concord with nature.
Synonyms: 
Unity; Peace; Amity; Accord


Concrete

( Adjective )
A lamp is concrete but its brightness is abstract.
Synonyms: 
Consolidated; Compact; Firm


Confess

( Verb )
He confessed that he had stolen the money.
Synonyms: 
Acknowledge; Reveal; Own; Aver


Confine

( Verb )
Please, confine your remarks to the subject we are discussing.
Synonyms: 
Bind; Narrow; Bound; Limit; Immune; Impute


Confirm

( Verb )

Please, confirm your telephone message by a letter.
Synonyms: 
Fix; Prove; Strengthen; Settle


Conquest

( Noun )
The Roman conquests in Africa are now part of history.
Synonyms: 
Overthrow; Victory; Triumph


Conscientious

( Adjective )
What we lack now a days is conscientiousworker.
Synonyms: 
Careful; Diligent; Faithful; Uncorrupt; Meticulous; Responsible


Considerable

( Adjective )
He gets considerable income from his website. That is not adequate to meet all his expenses.
Synonyms: 
Thoughtful; Attentive; Heedful; Circumspect; Kind


Considerate

( Adjective )
It was considerate of you not to play the piano while I was having a sleep.
Synonyms: 
Attentive; Careful; Reflective; Unselfish; Factful; Helpful; Thoughtful


Constant

( Adjective )
He has been constant in his devotion to his scientific studies.
Synonyms: 
Steady; Firm; Unswerving; Ceaseless; Everlasting; Incessant; Steadfast


Consumption

( Noun )
The consumption of beer did not go down when the price was raised.
Synonyms: 
Extinction; Decline; Waste; Expenditure; Dissipation; Destruction


Contented

( Adjective )
With a contented smile, he sent us off to our native place.
Synonyms: 
Satisfied; Gratified; Pleased; Cheerful; Comfortable; Serene; Happy


Contract

( Noun )
There are so many works to be done as per the contract.
Synonyms: 
Agreement; Arrangement; Bargain; Bond; Commitment; Compact; Convention; Covenant; Engagement; Settlement treaty


Controversy

( Noun )
That is the question that has given rise to much controversy.
Synonyms: 
Dispute; Argument; Contention; Bickering; Debate


Convenient

( Adjective )
Will it be convenient for you to start work tomorrow?
Synonyms: 
Suitable; Comfortable; Adapted; Handy; Advantageous


Conventional

( Adjective )
This is a conventional design for a carpet.
Synonyms: 
Accepted; Formal; Habitual; Normal; Correct; Common; Orthodox; Prevailing; Prevalent; Traditional; Usual; Stereotyped; Hackneyed


Convict

( Verb )
To convict him of his errors is what we have to do at once.
Synonyms: 
Condemn; Sentence; Imprison; Culprit


Cooperate

( Verb )
Please, cooperate with your friends in starting a social club.
Synonyms: 
Work together; Abet; Concur; Aid; Assist; Contribute


Cordial

( Adjective )
Your cordial smile put us at ease.
Synonyms: 
Hearty; Sincere; Warm; Earnest


Correspond

( Verb )
This house exactly corresponds with my needs.
Synonyms: 
Accord; Agree ;Coincide; Complement; Conform; Correlate; Dovetail; Fit; Harmonize; Match; Square


Corrupt

( Verb )
In this town, there are many young people whose morals have been corrupted.
Synonyms: 
Pollute; Impair; Spoil; Putrefy; Defile; Infected; Decayed; Violated; Defiled


Cover

( Verb )
Put your skirt down and cover your knees.
Synonyms: 
Hide; Screen; Shield; Veil; Project; Mask


Contemptible

(Adjective )

The manner in which he treated all of us was highly contemptible.
Synonyms:
Despicable; Paltry; Pitiful; Vile; Detestable; Execrable


Courage

( Noun )
Courage and wisdom are two important traits that we should have to succeed.
Synonyms: 
Bravery; Boldness; Heroism; Intrepidity; Valor; Mettle


Creed

( Noun )

With more creeds, Hinduism is a network of more castes.
Synonyms: 
Belief; Faith; Confession; Catechism; Dogma; Doctrine; Tenet


Crime

( Noun )

It is the business of the Police to prevent and detect crime.
Synonyms: 
Sin; Evil; Wrong-doing; Offence; Outrange; Guilt; Felony


Cripple

( Verb )

That is the ship that was crippled in a storm in 1987.
Synonyms: 
Disable; Curtail; Cramp; Impair; Weaken


Cruel

( Adjective )
It was a cruel of him to make the donkey carry such a heavy load.
Synonyms: 
Inhuman; Merciless; Inexorable; Callous; Pitiless


Cunning

( Adjective )
His cunning smile revealed his malicious intention.
Synonyms: 
Crafty; Artful; Astute; Devious; Guileful; Machiavellian; Skilful; Adroit; Shrewd; Sly; Subtle


Curious

( Adjective )

I am curious to know what he said about me.
Synonyms:
Inquiring; Inquisitive; Interested; Puzzled; Searching; Inquisitive; Meddling; Peeping; Pressing; Unusual; Extraordinary; Mysterious; Peculiar


Customary

( Adjective )
There is a customary vote of thanks to the Chairman.
Synonyms: 
Usual; Accepted; Accustomed; Common; Confirmed; Conventional; Established; Everyday; Familiar; Fashionable; General; Habitual; Normal; Ordinary; Popular; Regular; Routine; Traditional; Wanted


Cynical

( Adjective )

His cynical smile revealed his malicious intention.
Synonyms:
Skeptical; Contemptuous; Derisive; Distrustful; Ironic; Misanthropic; Mocking; Mordacious; Pessimistic; Sarcastic; Sardonic; Scoffing; Scornful; Sneering; Unbelieving


Current

( Adjective )
The current issue of the magazine carries an article on the controversial subject.
Synonyms: 
Popular; Present; Ordinary; Prevalent


 

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