Carnage, n. Slaughter, butchery, massacre, bloodshed, havoc.

Carnal, a.

    1. Fleshly, sensual.
    2. Lustful, libidinous, lecherous, lascivious, lickerish, lubric(al), lubricous, concupiscent, salacious.
    3. Natural, unspiritual, unregenerate, earthly, temporal.

Carnality, n. Sensuality, grossness (of mind), sensual appetites, fleshly lusts.

Carnal-minded, a. Worldly-minded.

Carnivorous, a. Flesh-eating.

Carol, n. Song, lay, ditty.

Carol, v. n. Sing, warble.

Carol, v. a.

    1. Sing, warble, chant, hum.
    2. Hymn, celebrate in song.

Carousal, n.

    1. Feast, festival, entertainment, jovial banquet, merry-making, regale.
    2. Revelling, revelry, revel, bacchanals, saturnalia, debauch, compotation, wassail, orgies, carouse, cups, drinking-bout, spree (colloq.), jollification (colloq.).

Carouse, v. n. Revel, tipple, guzzle.

Carouse, n. See carousal.

Carouser, n. Reveller, tippler, toper, drunkard, debauchee, bacchanal, bacchanalian.

Carp at. Cavil at, find fault with, pick flaws in.

Carper, n. Caviller, censurer, captious censor.

Carphology, n. (Med.) Floccillation, tilmus, picking the bed-clothes.

Carping, a. Cavilling, censorious, captious, hypercritical.

Carping, n. Censure, cavil, fault-finding, hyper-criticism, captious criticism.

Carpus, n. [L.] (Anat.) Wrist.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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