CH Words: List, Pronunciation Tips, and Games for Learning

Discover how “ch” words function in English, including their pronunciation, common examples, and usage in sentences.

  1. Chair- A separate seat for one person, typically with a back and four legs.
  2. Cheese- A dairy product made from curdled or cultured milk.
  3. Cherry- A small, round stone fruit that is typically bright or dark red.
  4. Chess- A board game of strategic skill for two players, each responsible for 16 pieces.
  5. Chill- An unpleasant feeling of coldness in the atmosphere, one’s surroundings, or the body.
  6. Chalk- A soft white limestone used for writing on blackboards or other surfaces.
  7. Chase- Pursue to catch or catch up with.
  8. Chain- A series of linked metal rings used for fastening or securing objects.
  9. Change- Make or become different.
  10. Chant- A repeated rhythmic phrase, typically one shouted or sung in unison by a crowd.
  11. Chap- A man or boy (informal).
  12. Chart- A graphical representation of data or a diagram showing systematic relationships.
  13. Charm- A pleasing quality that attracts others.
  14. Cheap- Low in price, especially in relation to similar items or services.
  15. Cheat- Act dishonestly or unfairly to gain an advantage.
  16. Check- Examine to determine accuracy, quality, or condition.
  17. Cheek- Either side of the face below the eye.
  18. Cheer- Shout for joy or in praise or encouragement.
  19. Chew- Bite and work (food) in the mouth with the teeth.
  20. Chief- A leader or ruler of a people or clan.
  21. Child- A young human being below the age of puberty.
  22. Chime- A bell or a metal bar or tube, tuned and used melodically in sets.
  23. Chop- Cut (something) into pieces with repeated sharp blows of an axe or knife.
  24. Chore- A routine task, especially a household one.
  25. Choir- An organized group of singers, especially one that performs church services.
  26. Choose- Pick out or select (someone or something) as being the best or most appropriate.
  27. Chortle- Laugh in a noisy, gleeful way.
  28. Chronic- (of an illness) persisting for a long time or constantly recurring.
  29. Chronicle- A factual written account of important or historical events.
  30. Chunk- A thick, solid piece of something.
  31. Church- A building used for public Christian worship.
  32. Churn- A machine or container in which butter is made by agitating milk or cream.
  33. Cipher- A secret or disguised way of writing; a code.
  34. Circuit- A roughly circular line, route, or movement that starts and finishes at the same place.
  35. Circus- A traveling company of acrobats, trained animals, and clowns that perform in a tent.
  36. Citadel- A fortress, typically on high ground, protecting or dominating a city.
  37. Cistern- A tank for storing water, especially one supplying taps or as part of a flushing toilet.
  38. Citrus- A tree of the rue family, bearing a citrus fruit.
  39. Civic- Relating to a city or town, especially its administration.
  40. Civil- Relating to ordinary citizens and their concerns, or courteous and polite.
  41. Clamor- A loud and confused noise, especially that of people shouting.
  42. Clamp- A device typically used to hold or secure objects tightly together.
  43. Clash- A violent confrontation.
  44. Clasp- Grasp (something) tightly with one’s hand.
  45. Class- A set or category of things having some property or attribute in common.
  46. Cleat- A T-shaped piece of metal on a boat or ship, used for securing ropes.
  47. Cleave- Split or sever (something), especially along a natural line.
  48. Clench- Close into a tight ball, especially when feeling extreme emotion.
  49. Clerk- A person employed in an office, performing clerical work.
  50. Clever- Quick to understand, learn, and devise or apply ideas.
  51. Click- A short, sharp sound as of a switch being operated or two hard objects coming quickly into contact.
  52. Client- A person using the services of a professional person or organization.
  53. Cliff- A steep rock face, especially at the edge of the sea.
  54. Climate- The weather conditions prevailing in an area in general or over a long period.
  55. Climax- The most intense, exciting, or important point of something; a culmination or apex.
  56. Clinch- Confirm or settle (a contract or bargain).
  57. Clink- A light, sharp, ringing sound made by striking glass or metal objects together.
  58. Clipboard- A small board with a spring clip at the top, used for holding papers and providing support for writing.
  59. Clique- A small group of people with shared interests, often one that does not readily allow others to join.
  60. Cloak- A sleeveless outdoor overgarment that hangs loosely from the shoulders.
  61. Clock- A mechanical or electrical device for measuring time, indicating hours, minutes, and sometimes seconds.
  62. Clone- A genetically identical copy of an organism, produced naturally or scientifically.
  63. Close- A short distance away or apart in space or time.
  64. Closet- A tall cupboard or wardrobe with a door, used for storage.
  65. Clot- A thick mass of coagulated liquid, especially blood.
  66. Cloth- Woven or felted fabric made from wool, cotton, or a similar fiber.
  67. Cloud- A visible mass of condensed water vapor floating in the atmosphere, typically high above the ground.
  68. Clout- Influence or power, especially in politics or business.
  69. Clown- A comic entertainer, especially one in a circus, wearing a traditional costume and exaggerated makeup.
  70. Club- An association or organization dedicated to a particular interest or activity.
  71. Cluck- A short, low sound made by a chicken.
  72. Clue- A piece of evidence or information used in the detection of a crime or solving of a mystery.
  73. Clump- A compacted group or bunch, especially of trees or plants.
  74. Cluster- A group of similar things or people positioned or occurring closely together.
  75. Clutch- Grasp or seize (something) tightly or eagerly.
  76. Coach- A person who trains a person or team in sport.
  77. Coal- A combustible black or brownish-black sedimentary rock used as fuel.
  78. Coarse- Rough or loose in texture or grain.
  79. Coast- The part of the land near the sea; the edge of the land.
  80. Coat- An outer garment worn outdoors, having sleeves and typically extending below the hips.
  81. Cobra- A venomous snake known for its hooded appearance when agitated.
  82. Cock- The adult male of a domestic chicken.
  83. Cocoa- A powder made from roasted and ground cacao seeds, used in making chocolate, or a drink made from this powder.
  84. Coda- A concluding section of a piece of music or a dance, especially one that is distinct from the main structure.
  85. Code- A system of words, letters, figures, or symbols used to represent others, especially for secrecy.
  86. Coerce- Persuade (someone) to do something by using force or threats.
  87. Coil- Arrange or wind (something long and flexible) in a joined sequence of concentric circles or rings.
  88. Coin- A flat, typically round piece of metal with an official stamp, used as money.
  89. Coke- A solid fuel made by heating coal in the absence of air so that the volatile components are driven off.
  90. Cold- Of or at a low or relatively low temperature, especially when compared with the human body.
  91. Collar- The part of a garment that encircles the neck, especially when raised or folded.
  92. Collect- Bring or gather together (things, typically when scattered or widespread).
  93. Colony- A country or area under the full or partial political control of another country and occupied by settlers from that country.
  94. Color- The property possessed by an object of producing different sensations on the eye as a result of the way it reflects or emits light.
  95. Column- A vertical structure that serves as a support for a structure above or as an ornament or monument.
  96. Combat- Fighting between armed forces.
  97. Combine- Unite; merge.
  98. Come- Move or travel toward or into a place thought of as near or familiar to the speaker.
  99. Comfort- A state of physical ease and freedom from pain or constraint.
  100. Comic- A periodical containing comic strips, intended to provoke laughter.

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