1. conviction an unshakable belief in something without need for proof
  2. conflict an open clash between two opposing groups
  3. convince make realize the truth or validity of something
  4. convex curving or bulging outward
  5. convict find or declare guilty
  6. contiguous having a common boundary or edge
  7. convivial occupied with or fond of the pleasures of good company
  8. converse carry on a discussion
  9. convect circulate hot air by convection
  10. convection transfer of heat caused by molecular motion in liquid or gas
  11. convinced having a strong belief or conviction
  12. Converso (medieval Spain and Portugal) a Jew or Moor who professed to convert to Christianity in order to avoid persecution or expulsion
  13. convexity the property possessed by a shape that curves outward
  14. configure set up for a particular purpose
  15. concise expressing much in few words
  16. convenience the quality of being useful
  17. canvas a heavy, closely woven fabric
  18. convulse move or stir about violently
  19. confines a bounded scope
  20. conveyance something that serves as a means of transportation