Word:

Congee

Con`gee´
n. & v.1.See Congé, Conge.
And unto her his congee came to take.
- Spenser.
n.1.Boiled rice; rice gruel.
2.A jail; a lockup.
Congee discharges
rice water discharges.
Congee water
water in which rice has been boiled.
- Dunglison.
Noun1.congee - a Chinese rice gruel eaten for breakfast
Synonyms: jook
Verb1.congee - depart after obtaining formal permission; "He has congeed with the King"
2.congee - perform a ceremonious bow
Synonyms: conge
depart, quit, take leave
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Confute
Confutement
Confuter
confuting
Cong
conga
conga line
Conge
Conge d'elire
Conge'
Congeable
Congeal
Congealable
congealed
Congealedness
Congealment
-- Congee --
Congee discharges
Congee water
Congelation
congenator
Congener
Congeneracy
Congeneric
congenerical
Congenerous
Congenial
Congeniality
Congenialize
Congenially
Congenialness
Congenious
Congenital
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