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conscious awake; able to feel, think, hear, and see. [3 definitions]
consciousness the physical condition of being awake and aware. [3 definitions]
consecrate to make or declare sacred; to dedicate to a deity. [2 definitions]
consecutive following one after another without a break.
consent to give permission or approval; agree (often followed by "to"). [2 definitions]
consequence that which follows; result. [2 definitions]
consequently as a result; therefore.
conservation the act of keeping and protecting from waste, loss, or destruction. [2 definitions]
conservative wanting things to stay as they are; not favoring change. [6 definitions]
conserve to keep safe from loss, waste, or destruction. [2 definitions]
consider to think carefully about; reflect on. [3 definitions]
considerable large in size or amount.
considerate thoughtful of the feelings and needs of others.
consideration careful attention or thought. [3 definitions]
consist to be made up or formed (usually followed by "of").
consistency agreement or similarity between or among different things. [2 definitions]
consistent having a regular style or pattern; not changing. [2 definitions]
console1 to give comfort in time of loss or suffering; make less sad.
console2 a cabinet for a television set, CD player, or radio.
consolidate to join together into a whole; combine.
consonant a sound in a language made by stopping or restricting the flow of air through the mouth using speech organs such as the tongue, teeth, or lips. The sounds represented by the letters "d," "k," "b," "s," and "m" are examples of consonants in English. [2 definitions]