GLOSSARY 315 Causal: Relating to a cause or causes. Causality: The relation between cause and effect. Causative: Relating to cause. Cent: A halfpenny. Centenary: Hie hundredth anniversary. Central nervous system: The brain and spinal cord. Cerebral: Relating to the cerebrum. Chafe: To fret; to become excited or heated. Chagrin: Vexation; disappointment mingled with shame. Chaos; Confusion; disorder. Characteristic: A trait; a feature. Characterize: To describe; distinguish; designate; mark. Charlatan: A quack; an imposter, Chorea: St. Vitus's dance; a disease accompanied by irregular and involuntary movement of the limbs. : Chromatic; Relating to color. Consisting dŁ a succession of semi-tones. ; '4^\ Cirailar letter; A letter mailed In the same form to a number <U persons. . \ Ctoaxnflex inflection: An inflection involving both ris^and faH of pitch. ', .,- v ' Circumlocution: A roundabout phrase; a phrase expre^big to1' idea indirectly. . , -r- '* Circumspect: Cautious; prudent. '* - CXxtimiyent; To gain advantage over; get the better offrout-'. wit. To pi^s around in a cirde. A passage cited or quoted; the act of dtiflgorquotiilLg^ Clank; dang. Ckvicle: The collar bone, Clonus: An irregular spasm. Cluttering: Confused speech in which the words are not properly articulated. . Cottace; To unite; blend; fuse; grow or come together.