Words That Start With Car

This article lists words that start with “car” to help you expand your vocabulary and enhance your language skills.

  1. Caramel – A sweet confection made from sugar and butter.
  2. Carapace – The hard, protective shell on the back of some animals, like turtles.
  3. Caravan – A group of travelers journeying together.
  4. Caravel – A small, fast Spanish or Portuguese sailing ship of the 15th–17th centuries.
  5. Carbon – A chemical element found in all organic compounds.
  6. Cardiologist – A doctor specializing in heart diseases.
  7. Cardinal – A high- ranking official in the Catholic Church; a vivid red color.
  8. Carefree – Without any worries or problems.
  9. Careful – Taking pains in one’s work or actions to avoid mistakes.
  10. Careless – Not giving sufficient attention or thought.
  11. Caretaker – A person employed to look after a building or someone.
  12. Caricature – A depiction where certain features are exaggerated for comic effect.
  13. Carnival – A festive season involving parades, amusement, and entertainment.
  14. Carnivore – An organism that primarily eats meat.
  15. Carpentarius – A Roman term referring to a carpenter.
  16. Carpet – A thick fabric for covering floors.
  17. Carriage – A vehicle for people, typically drawn by horses.
  18. Carroty – Having orange- red hair.
  19. Cartilage – A firm, flexible connective tissue.
  20. Cartography – The science or practice of drawing maps.
  21. Cartoon – A simple drawing showing the features of its subjects humorously.
  22. Cartridge – A container holding a substance, especially for a machine.
  23. Carver – Someone who cuts or shapes wood, stone, etc.
  24. Cascade – A small waterfall or series of waterfalls.
  25. Casein – A protein found in milk and used in cheese.
  26. Casemate – A fortified gun emplacement or armored structure.
  27. Cashiers – A person handling payments and receipts in a store or bank.
  28. Cashews – Edible kidney- shaped nuts.
  29. Casing – A covering that hides or protects something.
  30. Casino – A building for gambling activities.
  31. Cask – A large barrel for storing liquids.
  32. Castanets – Percussion instruments used in Spanish dancing.
  33. Castaway – A person who has been shipwrecked and stranded in an uninhabited place.
  34. Caterpillar – The larval stage of butterflies and moths.
  35. Cathedral – The principal church of a diocese.
  36. Cathode – The negatively charged electrode by which electrons enter an electrical device.
  37. Cathode- Ray – A stream of electrons observed in vacuum tubes.
  38. Cation – A positively charged ion.
  39. Cauldron – A large metal pot for cooking.
  40. Cauliflower – A vegetable with a large, white flowering head.
  41. Caulking – A process to seal joints or seams.
  42. Cavalcade – A formal procession of people walking, on horseback, or riding in vehicles.
  43. Cavalier – A dashing and attentive man, especially one acting as a ladies’ escort.
  44. Caviar – The roe of sturgeon, considered a delicacy.
  45. Cavitation – The formation of an empty space within a solid object or body.
  46. Cavort – To jump or dance around excitedly.
  47. Cayenne – A hot chili pepper used to flavor dishes.
  48. Ceasefire – A temporary suspension of fighting.
  49. Cell – The basic unit of life in biology.
  50. Cellar – An underground room often used for storage.
  51. Cellular – Relating to or consisting of living cells.
  52. Cement – A powdery substance that hardens when mixed with water.
  53. Centennial – Relating to a hundredth anniversary.
  54. Center – The middle point of something.
  55. Central – Located in the center of something.
  56. Ceramics – Items made from clay and hardened by heat.
  57. Cereals – Grains used for food.
  58. Ceremony – A formal event performed on a special occasion.
  59. Certain – Known for sure; established beyond doubt.
  60. Certificate – An official document attesting to a fact such as birth or completion of a course.
  61. Chain – A series of linked metal rings used for fastening or securing something.
  62. Chair – A seating furniture with four legs and a backrest.
  63. Chalk – A soft white limestone used for writing or drawing.
  64. Chamber – A large room used for formal or public events.
  65. Champion – A person who has defeated all rivals in a competition.
  66. Chance – The occurrence of events without any obvious intention.
  67. Change – To make or become different.
  68. Channel – A medium for communication or the path for water or other fluids.
  69. Chant – A repeated rhythmic phrase, typically one shouted or sung.
  70. Chaos – Complete disorder and confusion.
  71. Character – The distinctive qualities that describe how a person thinks, feels, and behaves.
  72. Charge – Demand (an amount) as a price for a service rendered or goods supplied.
  73. Charisma – Compelling attractiveness or charm that can inspire devotion in others.
  74. Charity – The voluntary giving of help, typically in the form of money, to those in need.
  75. Charm – The power or quality of delighting, attracting, or fascinating others.
  76. Charter – A written grant by the power of a country.
  77. Chase – Pursue in order to catch or catch up with.
  78. Chassis – The base frame of a motor vehicle or other wheeled conveyance.
  79. Chaste – Abstaining from extramarital, or all, sexual intercourse.
  80. Chat – Talk in a friendly and informal way.
  81. Cheap – Low in price, especially in relation to similar items quality or value.
  82. Cheat – Act dishonestly or unfairly in order to gain an advantage.
  83. Check – Examine (something) in order to determine its accuracy, quality, or condition.
  84. Cheer – Shout for joy or in praise or encouragement.
  85. Cheese – A food made from the pressed curds of milk.
  86. Chef – A professional cook, typically the chief cook in a restaurant or hotel.
  87. Chemical – A compound or substance that has been purified or prepared, especially artificially.
  88. Cherry – A small, round stone fruit that is typically bright or dark red.
  89. Chest – The front surface of a person’s or an animal’s body between the neck and the abdomen.
  90. Cheetah – A large cat that is known for its speed.
  91. Cheque – A written order directing a bank to pay money.
  92. Cherish – Protect and care for (someone) lovingly.
  93. Chestnut – A glossy brown nut that may be roasted and eaten.
  94. Chevron – A V- shaped badge or insignia.
  95. Chef- d’œuvre – A masterpiece.
  96. Chicane – Trickery or deception by quibbling or sophistry.
  97. Chicory – A blue- flowered plant used as a salad vegetable and coffee substitute.
  98. Chieftain – The leader of a people or clan.
  99. Child – A young human being below the age of puberty.
  100. Chilling – Causing or feeling fear, apprehension, or dread.

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