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cornmeal corn that has been ground into a rough powder.
cornucopia the mythical horn of a goat that had an endless supply of food; horn of plenty. The cornucopia is used as a symbol of having plenty to eat. [2 definitions]
coronation the ceremony at which a king or queen is crowned.
corporal2 an officer in the U.S. Army, Air Force, or Marine Corps who is ranked below sergeant and above private first class.
corporation a group of people allowed by law to do certain things as if they were one person.
corps a branch of the military that does a special kind of work. [2 definitions]
corpse a dead human body.
corpuscle a cell that moves freely in the blood. Red and white blood cells are corpuscles.
corral an area with a fence around it. Corrals are used to keep horses and cattle from wandering away. [2 definitions]
correct to fix the mistakes in; change to make right. [5 definitions]
correction the act of making something correct. [3 definitions]
correctly in the correct or proper way; without error.
correspond to agree; match (often followed by "with" or "to"). [3 definitions]
correspondence agreement or similarity between or among things. [2 definitions]
correspondent a person who writes letters to another, especially over a period of time. [2 definitions]
corridor a hall or passageway.
corrode to cause to wear away slowly.
corrosion the act or condition of being worn or eaten away slowly. [2 definitions]
corrupt not honest; wicked. [4 definitions]
corsage a small bunch of flowers worn by a woman at the shoulder, waist, or on the wrist.
cosmetic a preparation used on the face or body to make the person wearing it look more attractive. Lipstick, nail polish, and powder are cosmetics.