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Juniors - Week 6


Connoisseur n. An expert, particularly in matters of art and taste
Consensus n. General agreement
Coterie n. A circle of close associates or friends
Countenance n. A person’s face, especially the expression
Coup n. The violent overthrow of a government by a small group; a victorious accomplishment
Couture n. Fashion designs; clothes created by fashion designers
Cower v. to cringe in fear; to shrink away
Cranny n. A small opening as in a wall or rock face
Craven adj. Lacking the least bit of courage; cowardly
Creditor n. A person or entity to whom money is owed
Criterion n. A standard or rule by which something can be judged; a basis for judgment
Cubism n. A style of art in which the subject matter is portrayed by geometric forms, especially cubes
Curtail v. to truncate or abridge; to lessen, usually by cutting away from (truncate - shorten (something) by cutting off the top or the end)
Curvilinear adj. Formed, bound, or characterized by curved lines
Damper n. One that depresses or restrains; a dulling or deadening influence
Blank verse unrhymed iambic pentameter
Catharsis describes the release of the emotions of pity and/or fear by the audience at the end of a tragedy
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