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Concave

ˈkɒŋ.keɪv

Meanings of Concave:

adjective

Having an outline or surface that curves inwards like the interior of a circle or sphere.

Usage examples:

Concave lenses

Concavities

kɒnˈkavɪti

Meanings of Concavities:

noun

The state or quality of being concave.

Usage examples:

The concavity of her stomach

Concavity

ˌkɒnˈkæv.ə.ti

Meanings of Concavity:

noun

The state or quality of being concave.

Usage examples:

The concavity of her stomach

Conceal

kənˈsiːl

Meanings of Conceal:

verb

Not allow to be seen; hide.

Usage examples:

A line of sand dunes concealed the distant sea

Meanings of Concealed:

adjective

Kept secret; hidden.

Usage examples:

A concealed weapon
verb

Not allow to be seen; hide.

Usage examples:

A line of sand dunes concealed the distant sea

Concealer

kənˈsiː.lər

Meanings of Concealer:

noun

A flesh-toned cosmetic stick used to cover spots, blemishes, and dark under-eye circles.

Usage examples:

For dark undereye circles, peach-based concealers neutralize bluish tones while yellow-based ones e…

Concealers

kənˈsiː.lər

Meanings of Concealers:

noun

A flesh-toned cosmetic stick used to cover spots, blemishes, and dark under-eye circles.

Usage examples:

For dark undereye circles, peach-based concealers neutralize bluish tones while yellow-based ones e…

Meanings of Concealing:

verb

Not allow to be seen; hide.

Usage examples:

A line of sand dunes concealed the distant sea

Concealment

kənˈsiːl.mənt

Meanings of Concealment:

noun

The action of hiding something or preventing it from being known.

Usage examples:

The concealment of the weapons

Conceals

kənˈsiːl

Meanings of Conceals:

verb

Not allow to be seen; hide.

Usage examples:

A line of sand dunes concealed the distant sea

Concede

kənˈsiːd

Meanings of Concede:

verb

Admit or agree that something is true after first denying or resisting it.

Usage examples:

I had to concede that i'd overreacted

Give over

Concede-to

kənˈsiːd

Meanings of Concede-to:

verb

To admit that something is true, or to allow something

Usage examples:

[ + (that) clause ] officials concede (that) the plan isn’t the best one., [ i/t ] she conceded (th…

Conceded

kənˈsiːd

Meanings of Conceded:

verb

Admit or agree that something is true after first denying or resisting it.

Usage examples:

I had to concede that i'd overreacted

Meanings of Concededly:

adverb

Admittedly.

Concedes

kənˈsiːd

Meanings of Concedes:

verb

Admit or agree that something is true after first denying or resisting it.

Usage examples:

I had to concede that i'd overreacted

Conceding

kənˈsiːd

Meanings of Conceding:

verb

Admit or agree that something is true after first denying or resisting it.

Usage examples:

I had to concede that i'd overreacted

Conceit

kənˈsiːt

Meanings of Conceit:

noun

Excessive pride in oneself.

Usage examples:

He was puffed up with conceit

Meanings of Conceited:

adjective

Excessively proud of oneself; vain.

Usage examples:

Fred's so conceited he'd never believe anyone would refuse him

Meanings of Conceitedly:

adverb

In an unpleasantly proud way

Usage examples:

He smiled conceitedly, folding his arms behind his back., i could say, quite conceitedly, that no o…

Meanings of Conceitless:

adjective

Lacking awareness or understanding; thoughtless.

Conceits

kənˈsiːt

Meanings of Conceits:

noun

Excessive pride in oneself.

Usage examples:

He was puffed up with conceit

Conceivable

kənˈsiː.və.bəl

Meanings of Conceivable:

adjective

Capable of being imagined or grasped mentally.

Usage examples:

A mass uprising was entirely conceivable

Meanings of Conceivableness:

noun

The quality or condition of being conceivable; the ability to be conceived.

Conceivably

kənˈsiːvəbli

Meanings of Conceivably:

adverb

It is conceivable or imaginable that.

Usage examples:

It may conceivably cause liver disease

Meanings of Conceive:

verb

Create (an embryo) by fertilizing an egg.

Usage examples:

She was conceived when her father was 49

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