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Clud,Clous,Clus ---Shut Occlude-Something that is shut or blocked Recluse-Someone who shuts himself or herself away from others
Clam,Claim ---Shout Clamor-Shouting or racket Exclaim-shout out
Cide,Cise ---Cut or Kill Scissors-Something that you can cut with Excise-remove it by cutting it out
Cent ---Hundred Century- Hundred Years Centimeter-metric unit of length equal to one hundredth of a meter
Cede, Ceed ---Go Succeed- go(going) to your goal and achieving it Intercession-The act of go(going between)
Cogn ---Know Precognition-knowledge of an event before it occurs Cognizance-Having Knowledge of
Cap ---Head Decapitate- Taking of the head Capitulate- To surrender, to give one's head to the enemy
Aud,Audit ---Hear Audiology- The studying of hearing Audiable-Able to hear
Amo,Ami ---Love Amor-The god of love Amorous-Inclined toward or displaying love.
Bene ---Good Beneficial-Having a good outcome Benediction- A good belessing in religion
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