Careful to Catch
Carelessness, n. Thoughtlessness, heedlessness, inattention, inadvertence, inconsiderateness, remissness, listlessness, negligence, neglect, unconcern, supineness.
Caress, v. a. Fondle, embrace, hug, pet, kiss, coddle, cosset, treat with fondness.
Caress, n. Embrace, kiss, expression of affection.
Caressing, n. Fondling, endearment, blandishment, billing and cooing.
Cargo, n. Lading, freight, load, burden or burthen.
Caribou, n. American reindeer.
Caricature, n. Travesty, parody, farce, burlesque, ludicrous representation, take-off (colloq.).
Caricature, v. a. Burlesque, travesty, parody, take off (colloq.).
Caries, n. [L.] (Med.) Ulceration (of a bone), cariosity.
Carious, a. Ulcerated (as a bone), decayed, mortified, rotten, putrid.
Cark, v. a. Fret, worry, perplex, harass, grieve, annoy.
Carking, a. Distressing, worrying, grievous, wearing.
Carle, n. Churl, clown, boor, lout, clumsy rustic, bumpkin.
Carlock, n. Fish-glue (made from the bladder of the sturgeon), isinglass, ichthyocol, ichthyocolla.
Carminative, a. Warming, antispasmodic.
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