5 Letter Words Starting With C: Find Your Perfect Match

Discover a variety of five-letter words starting with the letter “C” to enhance your vocabulary and improve your word game skills.

  1. Cable- A thick, strong rope made of wires or fibers.
  2. Cache- A hidden storage space or the stored items.
  3. Cacti- Plural form of cactus.
  4. Cadet- A student in military or police training.
  5. Cadre- A core group of trained personnel.
  6. Cairn- A pile of stones used as a marker.
  7. Calix- An alternative form of calyx, the outer part of a flower.
  8. Camel- A large, humped mammal adapted to desert life.
  9. Cameo- A small, often detailed piece of jewelry.
  10. Canny- Having shrewdness and good judgement.
  11. Canoe- A narrow, lightweight boat.
  12. Capon- A castrated male chicken fattened for eating.
  13. Carat- A unit of weight for precious stones.
  14. Cargo- Goods carried on a ship, aircraft, or vehicle.
  15. Carol- A song, typically a religious hymn or a song of joy.
  16. Carry- To hold and move something from one place to another.
  17. Catch- To capture or seize, especially after pursuit.
  18. Cater- To provide food and service for an event.
  19. Catty- Relating to or characteristic of a cat.
  20. Caulk- To seal a joint or seam to make it watertight.
  21. Cease- To bring or come to an end.
  22. Cedar- A type of evergreen tree with aromatic wood.
  23. Celts- Ancient Indo-European people known for their art and tools.
  24. Chafe- To wear or irritate by rubbing.
  25. Chain- A series of connected metal rings used for fastening.
  26. Chair- A separate seat for one person, typically with a back and four legs.
  27. Chalk- A soft, white, porous sedimentary rock.
  28. Champ- To bite or chew noisily.
  29. Chant- To sing or intone in a rhythmic, repetitive manner.
  30. Chaos- Complete disorder and confusion.
  31. Charm- The power or quality of giving delight or arousing admiration.
  32. Chase- To pursue in order to catch or catch up with.
  33. Cheat- To act dishonestly to gain an advantage.
  34. Check- To examine something so as to determine its accuracy.
  35. Cheer- To shout for joy or in encouragement.
  36. Chews- Bites and grinds with the teeth.
  37. Chile- Another spelling of chili, a hot pepper.
  38. Chill- An unpleasant feeling of coldness.
  39. Chime- A melodious ringing sound.
  40. Chirp- A short, sharp sound made by small birds or insects.
  41. Chock- A wedge or block placed against a wheel or rounded object to prevent moving.
  42. Choir- An organized group of singers.
  43. Choke- To stop the breath by compressing the throat.
  44. Chops- The jaws or cheeks, especially of an animal.
  45. Chuck- To throw something carelessly.
  46. Chump- A foolish or easily deceived person.
  47. Chunk- A thick, solid piece of something.
  48. Churn- To agitate or stir (milk or cream) in order to make butter.
  49. Cider- An alcoholic drink made from fermented apple juice.
  50. Cigar- A roll of tobacco for smoking.
  51. Cinch- Something that is very easy.
  52. Circa- Approximately or around (used with dates).
  53. Cirri- Plural form of cirrus, a type of cloud.
  54. Clash- To conflict or disagree strongly.
  55. Clasp- A device with interlocking parts used for fastening.
  56. Class- A group, set, or kind sharing similar characteristics.
  57. Clean- Free from dirt, marks, or stains.
  58. Clear- Easy to perceive, understand, or interpret.
  59. Cleft- Split, divided, or partially separated.
  60. Clerk- A person employed in an office or administrative support.
  61. Click- To make a short, sharp sound.
  62. Climb- To go upward with gradual or continuous progress.
  63. Cling- To hold on tightly to something.
  64. Cloak- A sleeveless outdoor overgarment that hangs loosely from the shoulders.
  65. Clock- A device for measuring and indicating time.
  66. Clone- An organism or cell produced asexually from one ancestor.
  67. Close- To put something in a position to obstruct an entrance.
  68. Cloth- Woven or felted fabric made from wool, cotton, or a similar fiber.
  69. Cloud- A visible mass of condensed water vapor floating in the atmosphere.
  70. Clown- A comic entertainer, especially one in a circus.
  71. Cluck- A short, low sound made by a chicken.
  72. Clump- A grouped cluster or mass of things.
  73. Clung- Past and past participle of cling.
  74. Coach- An instructor or trainer.
  75. Coast- The part of the land near the sea.
  76. Cobra- A poisonous snake known for a menacing hood.
  77. Cocky- Conceited or overconfident.
  78. Cocoa- A powder made from roasted, ground cacao beans.
  79. Colon- A punctuation mark used to precede a list.
  80. Combi- Short for combination.
  81. Comet- A celestial object consisting of a nucleus of ice and dust.
  82. Comic- Relating to or characterized by humor.
  83. Comma- A punctuation mark indicating a pause between parts of a sentence.
  84. Copse- A small group of trees.
  85. Coral- Hard stony substance secreted by marine polyps.
  86. Cords- Thick strings or thin ropes.
  87. Corny- Trite, banal, or mawkishly sentimental.
  88. Couch- A long upholstered piece of furniture for several people to sit on.
  89. Cough- To expel air from the lungs with a sudden sharp sound.
  90. Could- Past tense of can, used to indicate possibility.
  91. Count- To add up; to calculate the total number of items.
  92. Coupe- A car with a fixed-roof body style, usually with two doors.
  93. Cover- To place something over or upon, as for protection or concealment.
  94. Covet- To desire something belonging to another.
  95. Cower- To crouch or shrink away from in fear or shame.
  96. Coyly- In a shy and flirtatious manner.
  97. Cramp- A sudden, involuntary muscle contraction.
  98. Crane- A large, tall machine used for moving heavy objects by suspending them from a projecting arm.
  99. Crank- A part of an axle or shaft bent out at right angles.
  100. Creak- A squeaking or grating sound.

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