CAPITAL: seat of government. Also financial resources.
Example: The capital of Montana is Helena.
Example: The small business had enough capital to open a second store.
CAPITOL: the actual building in which the legislative body meets
Example: The governor gave a speech at the capitol today.
CITE: to quote or document
Example: The student cited six quotes from the same author in his paper.
Example: The sight of the snow-covered roads filled Amy with fear.
SITE: position or place
Example: The new office building was built on the site of an old factory.
COMPLEMENT: (noun) something that completes; (verb) to complete
Example: A nice red wine complements a steak dinner.
COMPLIMENT: (noun) praise; (verb) to praise
Example: The editor complimented the writer on his use of the Oxford comma.
CONSCIENCE: sense of right and wrong
Example: The young man’s conscience kept him from taking the money from the wallet he found.
Example: George was still conscious when the firefighters rescued him from the burning house.