|CACKIER||-||cackier adj. comparative form of cacky: more cacky.|
|CACKLER||-||cackler n. A person or creature that cackles.|
|CAPROCK||-||caprock n. (geology) A harder or more resistant rock type overlying a weaker or less resistant rock type.|
|CARACKS||-||caracks n. plural of carack.|
|CARCAKE||-||carcake n. A traditional Scottish delicacy, a sort of cake made from the milk of a newly-calved cow mixed with oatmeal.|
|CARJACK||-||carjack v. (transitive) To steal an automobile forcibly from (someone).|
carjack v. (transitive) To forcibly steal (a vehicle).
car-jack v. Alternative spelling of carjack.
|CARLOCK||-||carlock n. A sort of Russian isinglass, made from the air bladder of the sturgeon, and used in clarifying wine.|
Carlock p.n. A surname.
|CARRACK||-||carrack n. (now historical) A large European sailing vessel of the 14th to 17th centuries similar to a caravel but.|
|CARRICK||-||carrick n. Alternative spelling of carrack.|
carrick n. (nonce word) A greatcoat.
Carrick p.n. A surname of Irish origin.
|CARSICK||-||carsick adj. Dizzy or feeling nauseated due to riding in a vehicle; suffering from motion sickness.|
|CLACKER||-||clacker n. (Australia, New Zealand) The anus.|
|CRACKAS||-||crackas n. plural of cracka.|
|CRACKED||-||cracked adj. Broken so that cracks appear on, or under, the surface.|
cracked adj. Broken into coarse pieces.
cracked adj. (of a voice) Harsh or dissonant.
|CRACKER||-||cracker n. A dry, thin, crispy baked bread (usually salty or savoury, but sometimes sweet, as in the case of graham.|
cracker n. A short piece of twisted string tied to the end of a whip that creates the distinctive sound when the.
cracker n. A firecracker.
|CRACKET||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|CRACKLE||-||crackle n. A fizzing, popping sound.|
crackle n. (pottery) A style of glaze giving the impression of many small cracks.
crackle n. (physics) The fifth derivative of the position vector with respect to time (after velocity, acceleration.
|CRACKLY||-||crackly adj. Involving or producing a crackle.|
|CRACKUP||-||crackup n. A breakdown.|
crackup n. A car crash; a pileup.
crack up v. (idiomatic, intransitive) To laugh heartily.
|CROMACK||-||Sorry, definition not available.|