Word Unit: Brain enemies + (the most deadly five "enemies" of the brain: depression, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, stroke, and autism)
Word Unit: Calendar Information (Dates, times, etc.)
Word Unit: caneh, can-, cann- + (Hebrew: kaneh, reed; Latin: canna, reed, pipe)
Word Unit: cate family of verbs (words that end with cate and are pronounced KAYT)
Word Unit: Cement, Concrete: Has Gone High Tech + (architects are using stylish high-tech concrete to create beautiful and greener buildings)
Word Unit: Centigrade (the hundred-degree temperature interval gave us the name scale of centigrade from the Latin centum, "hundred" and gradus, "step")
Word Unit: charlatan- (Italian, "chatter, prattle" > French: deceive, deceiver; swindle, swindler; fraud, quack, chiseler)
Word Unit: Chinglish (English phrases which are often badly phrased on signs in public places and other media)
Word Unit: Climate Change Conference, 2015, in Paris (Photo of world leaders at work)
Word Unit: Colon : (colons as punctuation marks)
Word Unit: Comma , (commas as punctuation marks)
Word Unit: Completed Units in Word Info and Get Words Sites That Have Been Enhanced and Upgraded (all of the enhanced units present parts of speeches (when applicable), have definitions for word entries, and clarifying sentences in context)
Word Unit: Computer Terms (some of the common terms used in computer science)
Word Unit: Computerized Axial Tomography, CAT, or Computed Tomography, CT Terms + (a radiographic technique that produces an image of a detailed cross section of bodily tissue using a narrow collimated beam of x-rays that rotates in a full arc around a patient to image the body in cross-sectional slices)
Word Unit: conjunction (s), conjunctions (pl) (connecting words or groups of words)
Word Unit: Contranyms (Jekyll-and-Hyde words; words that have two distinctly contrary or even opposite meanings)
Word Unit: Criminal Court Words or Judicial Terms + (judicial or legal words that may apply to trial processes that determine the guilt or innocence of people which is ascertained by either judges or juries)
Word Unit: Dash (dashes as punctuation marks)
Word Unit: Definitions in Deviant and Comical Format (lexicomedy, linguicomedy, or a chuckleglossary consisting of definitions which are markedly different from the accepted dictionary norm)
Word Unit: Dictionary Information Expanded (a variety of learning concepts for improving vocabulary skills)