1. conscious having awareness of surroundings and sensations and thoughts
  2. conceit the trait of being unduly vain
  3. conscience motivation deriving from ethical or moral principles
  4. consignee the person to whom merchandise is delivered over
  5. consign give over to another for care or safekeeping
  6. concede give over
  7. consecutive one after the other
  8. concise expressing much in few words
  9. consume take in as food
  10. conceited having an exaggerated sense of self-importance
  11. Conestoga a large wagon with broad wheels and an arched canvas top
  12. counsel something that provides direction or advice
  13. consul a diplomat appointed to protect a government's interests
  14. conceive have the idea for
  15. consequence a phenomenon that is caused by some previous phenomenon
  16. console give moral or emotional strength to
  17. consensus agreement in the judgment reached by a group as a whole
  18. contiguous having a common boundary or edge
  19. conceal prevent from being seen or discovered
  20. consequent following or accompanying as a result