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caught past tense and past participle of catch.
cauldron a round metal pot that is hung or placed over a fire, used for boiling liquids.
cauliflower a plant that bears a large head of firm white flowers that can be eaten. Cauliflower is related to the cabbage plant.
caulk to fill in cracks with putty or tar to keep air or water from leaking through.
cause something or someone that brings about a result or effect. [4 definitions]
causeway a raised road or path across water or land that is wet.
caution close attention and care; the act of being careful and alert. [3 definitions]
cautious taking care to avoid danger or trouble; careful.
cavalry soldiers who fight on horseback or from tanks or helicopters.
cave a natural hole or hollow in the earth. Many caves have openings in a hillside or cliff.
cave dweller a human being who lives or lived in a cave.
cave in to fall in or sink in. [2 definitions]
cave-in a falling inward; collapse.
cave man a human being who lived in a cave thousands of years ago; cave dweller.
cavern a large cave.
cavity a hollow place or hole.
caw the cry of the crow or raven, or any harsh call that sounds like this. [2 definitions]
CD1 an abbreviation for compact disk.
cease to stop or come to an end. [2 definitions]
cedar an evergreen tree of the pine family that bears cones. Cedars have strong wood with a sweet smell. [2 definitions]
cedilla a mark ( ). It is placed under certain letters to change that letter's pronunciation in French, where "" has the sound of "s."