• corroborate

    When you corroborate something that has been said or reported, you give information or evidence that further supports it.

  • incorrigible

    Someone who is incorrigible has bad habits or does bad things and is unlikely to ever change; this word is often used in a humorous way.

  • corrugated

    Something that is corrugated has parallel ridges, troughs, or grooves in it.

  • corrosion

    Corrosion refers to the gradual rusting or decay of metal.

  • correct

    free from error

  • corrugate

    fold into ridges

  • corrupt

    corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality

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