Words That Start with Co: Expand Your Vocabulary with Common and Unique Terms

Discover an extensive list of words starting with “co” and enrich your vocabulary for better communication and understanding.

  1. Coalesce- to merge or blend together into a single body or group.
  2. Cobble- to repair or mend, often used with shoes.
  3. Cocoon- a protective case made by insects during transformation.
  4. Coerce- to compel someone to do something by using force or threats.
  5. Cogent- clear, logical, and convincing.
  6. Cognate- linguistically related or having a common origin.
  7. Coherent- logical and consistent.
  8. Coincide- to occur at the same time or be in agreement.
  9. Colander- a bowl with holes to drain or rinse food.
  10. Collage- an art form in which various materials are assembled into a composition.
  11. Collate- to arrange items in a predetermined sequence.
  12. Colloquial- characteristic of informal spoken language or conversation.
  13. Combustion- the process of burning something.
  14. Comely- pleasing in appearance; attractive.
  15. Commence- to begin or start.
  16. Commodious- roomy and comfortable.
  17. Commutation- the act of substituting one thing for another; in law, reducing a sentence.
  18. Compact- closely packed together; dense.
  19. Compatriot- a fellow citizen or national of a country.
  20. Compendium- a collection of concise but detailed information about a particular subject.
  21. Competent- having the necessary ability or skills.
  22. Complacent- showing smug or uncritical satisfaction with oneself or one’s achievements.
  23. Complement- something that completes or goes well with something.
  24. Complexion- the natural color, texture, and appearance of the skin.
  25. Complicate- to make something more difficult or complex.
  26. Comport- conduct oneself; behave.
  27. Comprise- consist of; be made up of.
  28. Compulsion- the action or state of forcing or being forced to do something.
  29. Compunction- a feeling of guilt following the doing of something bad.
  30. Conceive- to form or devise a plan or idea in the mind.
  31. Concise- giving a lot of information clearly and in a few words.
  32. Conclave- a private or secret meeting.
  33. Concomitant- naturally accompanying or associated.
  34. Concord- agreement or harmony between people or groups.
  35. Concur- to agree or have the same opinion.
  36. Condole- to express sympathy or condolences.
  37. Condone- to accept or allow behavior that is considered wrong.
  38. Conduit- a channel for conveying water or other fluid.
  39. Confabulate- to talk informally; chat.
  40. Confection- a sweet dish or delicacy.
  41. Confidant- a person with whom one shares a secret or private matter.
  42. Conflate- to combine into one.
  43. Confound- to cause surprise or confusion.
  44. Congeal- to solidify, especially by cooling.
  45. Congenial- pleasant because of qualities or interests that are similar to one’s own.
  46. Congregate- to gather into a crowd or mass.
  47. Conjecture- an opinion or conclusion formed on the basis of incomplete information.
  48. Conjure- call upon (a spirit or ghost) to appear, by means of a magic ritual.
  49. Connive- to secretly allow something considered immoral, illegal, wrong, or harmful to occur.
  50. Connoisseur- an expert judge in matters of taste.
  51. Conscript- enlist (someone) compulsorily, typically into the armed services.
  52. Consecrate- to make or declare sacred.
  53. Consensus- general agreement.
  54. Conservatory- a room with glass walls and a glass roof, usually attached to a house, used for growing plants.
  55. Consign- to deliver something to a person’s custody, typically in order for it to be sold.
  56. Consistent- acting or done in the same way over time, especially to be fair or accurate.
  57. Console- to provide comfort or sympathy to someone who is distressed or saddened.
  58. Consolidate- to make something physically stronger or more solid.
  59. Consonant- a basic speech sound in which the breath is at least partly obstructed.
  60. Conspicuous- standing out so as to be clearly visible.
  61. Conspiracy- a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful.
  62. Consternation- feelings of anxiety or dismay, typically at something unexpected.
  63. Constitute- to be a part of a whole.
  64. Constrain- compel or force someone to follow a particular course of action.
  65. Constrict- make narrower, especially by encircling pressure.
  66. Construct- to build or make something physically.
  67. Construe- interpret or assign meaning.
  68. Consul- an official appointed by a government to live in a foreign city and protect and promote the government’s citizens and interests there.
  69. Consult- to seek information or advice from someone with expertise in a particular area.
  70. Consummate- showing a high degree of skill; complete or perfect.
  71. Contact- the state or condition of physical touching.
  72. Contain- to have or hold within.
  73. Contaminate- to make something impure by exposure to or addition of a poisonous or polluting substance.
  74. Contemplate- to look thoughtfully for a long time at.
  75. Contemporaneous- existing or occurring in the same period of time.
  76. Contend- to struggle to surmount a difficulty or danger.
  77. Content- a state of satisfaction.
  78. Contentious- causing or likely to cause an argument; controversial.
  79. Context- the circumstances that form the setting for an event, statement, or idea.
  80. Contiguous- sharing a common border; touching.
  81. Contingent- subject to chance.
  82. Continue- to carry on with (something that is already happening).
  83. Contort- to twist or bend out of the normal shape.
  84. Contour- an outline representing or bounding the shape or form of something.
  85. Contract- a written or spoken agreement, especially one concerning employment, sales, or tenancy.
  86. Contradict- to be in conflict with.
  87. Contrast- the state of being strikingly different from something else.
  88. Contribute- to give (something, especially money) in order to help achieve or provide something.
  89. Contrite- feeling or expressing remorse at the recognition that one has done wrong.
  90. Contrive- to create or bring about by deliberate use of skill and artifice.
  91. Control- the power to influence or direct people’s behavior or the course of events.
  92. Controversial- giving rise or likely to give rise to controversy or public disagreement.
  93. Convalesce- recover one’s health and strength over a period of time after an illness or operation.
  94. Convene- to come or bring together for a meeting or activity; assemble.
  95. Conventional- based on or in accordance with what is generally done or believed.
  96. Converge- to tend to meet at a point or line; incline towards each other.
  97. Converse- engage in conversation.
  98. Convert- to cause to change in form, character, or function.
  99. Convex- having an outline or surface curved like the exterior of a circle or sphere.
  100. Cooperate- work jointly towards the same end.

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