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Confuting

kənˈfjuːt

Meanings of Confuting:

verb

Prove (a person or an assertion or accusation) to be wrong.

Usage examples:

Restorers who sought to confute this view were accused of ignorance

Conga

ˈkɒŋ.ɡə

Meanings of Conga:

noun

A latin american dance of african origin, usually with several people in a single line, one behind the other.

Usage examples:

Inside the big swan stadium, celebrating england fans danced a massive conga through the stands, ca…
verb

Perform the conga.

Usage examples:

I caught her round the waist and conga'd

Meanings of Congaed:

verb

Perform the conga.

Usage examples:

I caught her round the waist and conga'd
noun

A latin american dance of african origin, usually with several people in a single line, one behind the other.

Usage examples:

Inside the big swan stadium, celebrating england fans danced a massive conga through the stands, ca…

Congaing

ˈkɒŋɡə

Meanings of Congaing:

verb

Perform the conga.

Usage examples:

I caught her round the waist and conga'd
noun

A latin american dance of african origin, usually with several people in a single line, one behind the other.

Usage examples:

Inside the big swan stadium, celebrating england fans danced a massive conga through the stands, ca…

Congas

ˈkɒŋ.ɡə

Meanings of Congas:

noun

A latin american dance of african origin, usually with several people in a single line, one behind the other.

Usage examples:

Inside the big swan stadium, celebrating england fans danced a massive conga through the stands, ca…
verb

Perform the conga.

Usage examples:

I caught her round the waist and conga'd

Conge

ˈkɒ̃ʒeɪ

Meanings of Conge:

noun

An unceremonious dismissal or rejection of someone.

Usage examples:

She gives him his congé, and at the same time avows her real love for him

Meanings of Congeal:

verb

Become semi-solid, especially on cooling.

Usage examples:

The blood had congealed into blobs

Congealed

kənˈdʒiːld

Meanings of Congealed:

adjective

Having become semi-solid, especially on cooling.

Usage examples:

A lump of congealed moussaka
verb

Become semi-solid, especially on cooling.

Usage examples:

The blood had congealed into blobs

Congealing

kənˈdʒiːl

Meanings of Congealing:

verb

Become semi-solid, especially on cooling.

Usage examples:

The blood had congealed into blobs

Congealment

kənˈdʒiːlmənt

Meanings of Congealment:

noun

The action or process of a liquid changing to a solid or semi-solid state.

Usage examples:

The motion may prevent its congealment into a solid mass

Congeals

kənˈdʒiːl

Meanings of Congeals:

verb

Become semi-solid, especially on cooling.

Usage examples:

The blood had congealed into blobs

Congee

ˈkɒndʒiː

Meanings of Congee:

noun

(in chinese cooking) broth or porridge made from rice.

Usage examples:

Cooked daikon radish with rice congee or porridge; peppermint-licorice root tea; and soy beans cook…

Congees

ˈkɒndʒiː

Meanings of Congees:

noun

(in chinese cooking) broth or porridge made from rice.

Usage examples:

Cooked daikon radish with rice congee or porridge; peppermint-licorice root tea; and soy beans cook…

Meanings of Congelation:

noun

The process of congealing or the state of being congealed.

Usage examples:

The component of metals that causes their congelation

Congener

ˈkɒndʒɪnə

Meanings of Congener:

noun

A thing or person of the same kind or category as another.

Usage examples:

Must i turn a blind eye to the tears caused by those who call themselves - and are to some degree -…

Congeneric

ˌkɒndʒɪˈnɛrɪk

Meanings of Congeneric:

adjective

(of an animal or plant species) belonging to the same genus.

Usage examples:

This animal is congeneric with the later species

Meanings of Congeners:

noun

A thing or person of the same kind or category as another.

Usage examples:

Must i turn a blind eye to the tears caused by those who call themselves - and are to some degree -…

Congenial

kənˈdʒiː.ni.əl

Meanings of Congenial:

adjective

(of a person) pleasing or liked on account of having qualities or interests that are similar to one's own.

Usage examples:

His need for some congenial company

Congeniality

kənˌdʒiː.niˈæl.ə.ti

Meanings of Congeniality:

noun

The quality of being friendly and pleasant

Congenital

kənˈdʒen.ɪ.təl

Meanings of Congenital:

adjective

(of a disease or physical abnormality) present from birth.

Usage examples:

A congenital malformation of the heart

Conger

ˈkɒŋɡə

Meanings of Conger:

noun

A large edible predatory eel of shallow coastal waters.

Usage examples:

Huge conger, pollack, ling, cod and coalfish were regularly pulled up the steps to the old angling …

Congeries

kɒnˈdʒɪəriːz

Meanings of Congeries:

noun

A disorderly collection; a jumble.

Usage examples:

A congeries of european states

Congers

ˈkɒŋɡə

Meanings of Congers:

noun

A large edible predatory eel of shallow coastal waters.

Usage examples:

Huge conger, pollack, ling, cod and coalfish were regularly pulled up the steps to the old angling …

Meanings of Conges:

noun

An unceremonious dismissal or rejection of someone.

Usage examples:

She gives him his congé, and at the same time avows her real love for him

Congest

kənˈdʒest

Meanings of Congest:

verb

Crowd (a road or place) so as to hinder or prevent freedom of movement.

Usage examples:

Uncontrolled development will congest our streets

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