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  1. earnestadj.Ardent in spirit and speech
  2. earthenwaren.Anything made of clay and baked in a kiln or dried in the sun
  3. eatableadj.Edible
  4. ebullientadj.Showing enthusiasm or exhilaration of feeling
  5. eccentricadj.Peculiar
  6. eccentricityn.Idiosyncrasy
  7. eclipsen.The obstruction of a heavenly body by its entering into the shadow of another body
  8. economizev.To spend sparingly
  9. ecstasyn.Rapturous excitement or exaltation
  10. ecstaticadj.Enraptured
  11. edibleadj.Suitable to be eaten
  12. edictn.That which is uttered or proclaimed by authority as a rule of action
  13. edifyv.To build up, or strengthen, especially in morals or religion
  14. editorialn.An article in a periodical written by the editor and published as an official argument
  15. educev.To draw out
  16. effacev.To obliterate
  17. effectn.A consequence
  18. effectiveadj.Fit for a destined purpose
  19. effectualadj.Efficient
  20. effeminacyn.Womanishness
  21. effeminateadj.Having womanish traits or qualities
  22. effervescev.To bubble up
  23. effervescentadj.Giving off bubbles of gas
  24. effeteadj.Exhausted, as having performed its functions
  25. efficaciousadj.Effective
  26. efficacyn.The power to produce an intended effect as shown in the production of it
  27. efficiencyn.The state of possessing adequate skill or knowledge for the performance of a duty
  28. efficientadj.Having and exercising the power to produce effects or results
  29. efflorescencen.The state of being flowery, or a flowery appearance
  30. efflorescentadj.Opening in flower
  31. effluviumn.A noxious or ill-smelling exhalation from decaying or putrefying matter
  32. effronteryn.Unblushing impudence
  33. effulgencen.Splendor
  34. effusev.To pour forth
  35. effusionn.an outpouring
  36. egoismn.The theory that places man's chief good in the completeness of self
  37. egoistn.One who advocates or practices egoism
  38. egotismn.Self-conceit
  39. egotistn.One given to self-mention or who is constantly telling of his own views and experiences
  40. egregiousadj.Extreme
  41. egressn.Any place of exit
  42. ejectv.To expel
  43. elapsev.To quietly terminate: said of time
  44. elasticityn.That property of matter by which a body tends to return to a former shape after being changed
  45. electrolysisn.The process of decomposing a chemical compound by the passage of an electric current
  46. electrotypen.A metallic copy of any surface, as a coin
  47. elegyn.A lyric poem lamenting the dead
  48. elementn.A component or essential part
  49. elicitv.To educe or extract gradually or without violence
  50. eligibleadj.Qualified for selection
  51. eliminatev.To separate and cast aside
  52. Elizabethanadj.Relating to Elizabeth, queen of England, or to her era
  53. elocutionn.The art of correct intonation, inflection, and gesture in public speaking or reading
  54. eloquentadj.Having the ability to express emotion or feeling in lofty and impassioned speech
  55. elucidatev.To bring out more clearly the facts concerning
  56. eludev.To evade the search or pursuit of by dexterity or artifice
  57. elusionn.Evasion
  58. emaciatev.To waste away in flesh
  59. emanatev.To flow forth or proceed, as from some source
  60. emancipatev.To release from bondage
  61. embargon.Authoritative stoppage of foreign commerce or of any special trade
  62. embarkv.To make a beginning in some occupation or scheme
  63. embarrassv.To render flustered or agitated
  64. embellishv.To make beautiful or elegant by adding attractive or ornamental features
  65. embezzlev.To misappropriate secretly
  66. emblazonv.To set forth publicly or in glowing terms
  67. emblemn.A symbol
  68. embodyv.To express, formulate, or exemplify in a concrete, compact or visible form
  69. emboldenv.To give courage to
  70. embolismn.An obstruction or plugging up of an artery or other blood-vessel
  71. embroilv.To involve in dissension or strife
  72. emergev.To come into view or into existence
  73. emergencen.A coming into view
  74. emergentadj.Coming into view
  75. emeritusadj.Retired from active service but retained to an honorary position
  76. emigrantn.One who moves from one place to settle in another
  77. emigratev.To go from one country, state, or region for the purpose of settling or residing in another
  78. eminencen.An elevated position with respect to rank, place, character, condition, etc
  79. eminentadj.High in station, merit, or esteem
  80. emitv.To send or give out
  81. emphasisn.Any special impressiveness added to an utterance or act, or stress laid upon some word
  82. emphasizev.To articulate or enunciate with special impressiveness upon a word, or a group of words
  83. emphaticadj.Spoken with any special impressiveness laid upon an act, word, or set of words
  84. employeen.One who works for wages or a salary
  85. employern.One who uses or engages the services of other persons for pay
  86. emporiumn.A bazaar or shop
  87. empowerv.To delegate authority to
  88. emulatev.To imitate with intent to equal or surpass
  89. enactv.To make into law, as by legislative act
  90. enamorv.To inspire with ardent love
  91. encampv.To pitch tents for a resting-place
  92. encomiumn.A formal or discriminating expression of praise
  93. encompassv.To encircle
  94. encoren.The call for a repetition, as of some part of a play or performance
  95. encouragev.To inspire with courage, hope, or strength of mind
  96. encroachv.To invade partially or insidiously and appropriate the possessions of another
  97. encumberv.To impede with obstacles
  98. encyclicaladj.Intended for general circulation
  99. encyclopedian.A work containing information on subjects, or exhaustive of one subject
  100. endangerv.To expose to peril
  101. endearv.To cause to be loved
  102. endemicadj.Peculiar to some specified country or people
  103. enduev.To endow with some quality, gift, or grace, usually spiritual
  104. endurableadj.Tolerable
  105. endurancen.The ability to suffer pain, distress, hardship, or stress of any kind without succumbing
  106. energeticadj.Working vigorously
  107. enervatev.To render ineffective or inoperative
  108. enfeeblev.To debilitate
  109. enfranchisev.To endow with a privilege, especially with the right to vote
  110. engenderv.To produce
  111. engravev.To cut or carve in or upon some surface
  112. engrossv.To occupy completely
  113. enhancev.To intensify
  114. enigman.A riddle
  115. enjoinv.To command
  116. enkindlev.To set on fire
  117. enlightenv.To cause to see clearly
  118. enlistv.To enter voluntarily the military service by formal enrollment
  119. enmityn.Hatred
  120. ennoblev.To dignify
  121. enormityn.Immensity
  122. enormousadj.Gigantic
  123. enragev.To infuriate
  124. enrapturev.To delight extravagantly or intensely
  125. enshrinev.To keep sacred
  126. ensnarev.To entrap
  127. entailv.To involve; necessitate
  128. entanglev.To involve in difficulties, confusion, or complications
  129. enthrallv.To bring or hold under any overmastering influence
  130. enthronev.To invest with sovereign power
  131. enthusev.To yield to or display intense and rapturous feeling
  132. enthusiasticadj.Full of zeal and fervor
  133. entiretyn.A complete thing
  134. entomologyn.The branch of zoology that treats of insects
  135. entrailsn.pl.The internal parts of an animal
  136. entreatyn.An earnest request
  137. entreen.The act of entering
  138. entrenchv.To fortify or protect, as with a trench or ditch and wall
  139. entwinev.To interweave
  140. enumeratev.To name one by one
  141. epicn.A poem celebrating in formal verse the mythical achievements of great personages, heroes, etc
  142. epicuren.One who cultivates a delicate taste for eating and drinking
  143. Epicureanadj.Indulging, ministering, or pertaining to daintiness of appetite
  144. epicyclen.A circle that rolls upon the external or internal circumference of another circle
  145. epicycloidn.A curve traced by a point on the circumference of a circle which rolls upon another circle
  146. epidemicn.Wide-spread occurrence of a disease in a certain region
  147. epidermisn.The outer skin
  148. epigramn.A pithy phrasing of a shrewd observation
  149. epiloguen.The close of a narrative or dramatic poem
  150. epiphanyn.Any appearance or bodily manifestation of a deity
  151. episoden.An incident or story in a literary work, separable from yet growing out of it
  152. epitaphn.An inscription on a tomb or monument in honor or in memory of the dead
  153. epithetn.Word used adjectivally to describe some quality or attribute of is objects, as in "Father Aeneas"
  154. epitomen.A simplified representation
  155. epizooticadj.Prevailing among animals
  156. epochn.A interval of time, memorable for extraordinary events
  157. epoden.A species of lyric poems
  158. equalizev.To render uniform
  159. equanimityn.Evenness of mind or temper
  160. equestrianadj.Pertaining to horses or horsemanship
  161. equilibriumn.A state of balance
  162. equitableadj.Characterized by fairness
  163. equityn.Fairness or impartiality
  164. equivalentadj.Equal in value, force, meaning, or the like
  165. equivocaladj.Ambiguous
  166. equivocatev.To use words of double meaning
  167. eradicatev.To destroy thoroughly
  168. errantadj.Roving or wandering, as in search of adventure or opportunity for gallant deeds
  169. erraticadj.Irregular
  170. erroneousadj.Incorrect
  171. eruditeadj.Very-learned
  172. eruditionn.Extensive knowledge of literature, history, language, etc
  173. eschewv.To keep clear of
  174. espyv.To keep close watch
  175. esquiren.A title of dignity, office, or courtesy
  176. essencen.That which makes a thing to be what it is
  177. estheticadj.Pertaining to beauty, taste, or the fine arts
  178. estimableadj.Worthy of respect
  179. estrangev.To alienate
  180. estuaryn.A wide lower part of a tidal river
  181. et ceteraLatin.And so forth
  182. eugenicadj.Relating to the development and improvement of race
  183. eulogizev.To speak or write a laudation of a person's life or character
  184. eulogyn.A spoken or written laudation of a person's life or character
  185. euphemismn.A figure of speech by which a phrase less offensive is substituted
  186. euphoniousadj.Characterized by agreeableness of sound
  187. euphonyn.Agreeableness of sound
  188. eurekaGreek.I have found it
  189. evadev.To avoid by artifice
  190. evanescev.To vanish gradually
  191. evanescentadj.Fleeting
  192. evangelicaladj.Seeking the conversion of sinners
  193. evangelistn.A preacher who goes from place to place holding services
  194. evasionn.Escape
  195. eventualadj.Ultimate
  196. evertv.To turn inside out
  197. evictv.To dispossess pursuant to judicial decree
  198. evidentialadj.Indicative
  199. evincev.To make manifest or evident
  200. evokev.To call or summon forth
  201. evolutionn.Development or growth
  202. evolvev.To unfold or expand
  203. exacerbatev.To make more sharp, severe, or virulent
  204. exaggeratev.To overstate
  205. exasperatev.To excite great anger in
  206. excavatev.To remove by digging or scooping out
  207. exceedv.To go beyond, as in measure, quality, value, action, power, skill, etc
  208. excelv.To be superior or distinguished
  209. excellencen.Possession of eminently or unusually good qualities
  210. excellencyn.A title of honor bestowed upon various high officials
  211. excellentadj.Possessing distinguished merit
  212. excerptn.An extract or selection from written or printed matter
  213. excessn.That which passes the ordinary, proper, or required limit, measure, or experience
  214. excitableadj.Nervously high-strung
  215. excitationn.Intensified emotion or action
  216. exclamationn.An abrupt or emphatic expression of thought or of feeling
  217. excludev.To shut out purposely or forcibly
  218. exclusionn.Non-admission
  219. excrescencen.Any unnatural addition, outgrowth, or development
  220. excretionn.The getting rid of waste matter
  221. excruciatev.To inflict severe pain or agony upon
  222. excursionn.A journey
  223. excusableadj.Justifiable
  224. execrableadj.Abominable
  225. execrationn.An accursed thing
  226. executorn.A person nominated by the will of another to execute the will
  227. exegesisn.Biblical exposition or interpretation
  228. exemplarn.A model, pattern, or original to be copied or imitated
  229. exemplaryadj.Fitted to serve as a model or example worthy of imitation
  230. exemplifyv.To show by example
  231. exemptadj.Free, clear, or released, as from some liability, or restriction affecting others
  232. exertv.To make an effort
  233. exhalev.To breathe forth
  234. exhaustv.To empty by draining off the contents
  235. exhaustibleadj.Causing or tending to cause exhaustion
  236. exhaustionn.Deprivation of strength or energy
  237. exhaustiveadj.Thorough and complete in execution
  238. exhilaratev.To fill with high or cheerful spirits
  239. exhumev.To dig out of the earth (what has been buried)
  240. exigencyn.A critical period or condition
  241. exigentadj.Urgent
  242. existencen.Possession or continuance of being
  243. exitn.A way or passage out
  244. exodusn.A going forth or departure from a place or country, especially of many people
  245. exoneratev.To relieve or vindicate from accusation, imputation, or blame
  246. exorbitancen.Extravagance or enormity
  247. exorbitantadj.Going beyond usual and proper limits
  248. exorcisev.To cast or drive out by religious or magical means
  249. exoticadj.Foreign
  250. expandv.To increase in range or scope
  251. expansen.A continuous area or stretch
  252. expansionn.Increase of amount, size, scope, or the like
  253. expatriatev.To drive from one's own country
  254. expectv.To look forward to as certain or probable
  255. expectancyn.The act or state of looking forward to as certain or probable
  256. expectoratev.To cough up and spit forth
  257. expediencyn.Fitness to meet the requirements of a particular case
  258. expedientadj.Contributing to personal advantage
  259. expeditev.To hasten the movement or progress of
  260. expeditiousadj.Speedy
  261. expendv.To spend
  262. expensen.The laying out or expending or money or other resources, as time or strength
  263. expiatev.To make satisfaction or amends for
  264. explicatev.To clear from involvement
  265. explicitadj.Definite
  266. explodev.To cause to burst in pieces by force from within
  267. explosionn.A sudden and violent outbreak
  268. explosiveadj.Pertaining to a sudden and violent outbreak
  269. expositionn.Formal presentation
  270. expositoryadj.Pertaining to a formal presentation
  271. expostulatev.To discuss
  272. exposuren.An open situation or position in relation to the sun, elements, or points of the compass
  273. expressiveadj.Full of meaning
  274. expulsionn.Forcible ejection
  275. extantadj.Still existing and known
  276. extemporaneousadj.Done or made without much or any preparation
  277. extemporeadv.Without studied or special preparation
  278. extensibleadj.Capable of being thrust out
  279. extensionn.A reaching or stretching out, as in space, time or scope
  280. extensiveadj.Extended widely in space, time, or scope
  281. extensorn.A muscle that causes extension
  282. extenuatev.To diminish the gravity or importance of
  283. exteriorn.That which is outside
  284. externaln.Anything relating or belonging to the outside
  285. extinctadj.Being no longer in existence
  286. extinguishv.To render extinct
  287. extolv.To praise in the highest terms
  288. extortv.To obtain by violence, threats, compulsion, or the subjection of another to some necessity
  289. extortionn.The practice of obtaining by violence or compulsion
  290. extraditev.To surrender the custody of
  291. extraditionn.The surrender by a government of a person accused of crime to the justice of another government
  292. extrajudicialadj.Happening out of court
  293. extraneousadj.Having no essential relation to a subject
  294. extraordinaryadj.Unusual
  295. extravagancen.Undue expenditure of money
  296. extravagantadj.Needlessly free or lavish in expenditure
  297. extremistn.One who supports extreme measures or holds extreme views
  298. extremityn.The utmost point, side, or border, or that farthest removed from a mean position
  299. extricatev.Disentangle
  300. extrudev.To drive out or away
  301. exuberancen.Rich supply
  302. exuberantadj.Marked by great plentifulness

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