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cookbook a book of recipes, directions for cooking, and other information about food.
cookie a small, sweet, flat or ball-shaped cake baked from stiff dough.
cooking the act or process of preparing food or meals. [2 definitions]
cookout a social gathering at which a meal is cooked and eaten outdoors.
cook up (informal) to make up or invent a story; devise.
cool somewhat cold; not warm. [9 definitions]
cool off (informal) to become calmer or less upset.
coop a cage or pen for small animals. [2 definitions]
cooperate to work with others.
cooperation the act of working together.
cooperative willing to work together or cooperate. [3 definitions]
coordinate (plural) a pair of numbers that identifies a point on a graph or grid; ordered pair. [3 definitions]
coordination the act of coordinating or the state of being coordinated. [2 definitions]
cop2 (informal) a police officer.
cope1 to handle or deal with in a successful way (often followed by "with").
Copenhagen the capital city of Denmark, on the eastern coast.
copper a reddish brown metal that is one of the chemical elements. Copper is used to make pipes, because it does not easily rust. It is also used to make wires, because it is an excellent conductor of electricity. It can be combined with other metals to make alloys such as brass and bronze. (symbol: Cu) [4 definitions]
copperhead a poisonous snake that has a copper-colored body with darker bands. Copperheads are found in the southeastern United States.
copy something that looks exactly like another. [5 definitions]
coral the hard skeleton of tiny sea animals called corals. Most kinds of corals live in warm tropical oceans, and their thousands of skeletons form reefs and atolls. [3 definitions]
coral snake a small, poisonous snake that has red, yellow, and black bands around its body. It is found in the southwestern part of the United States and in Central and South America.