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equivocal.adjective
open to two or more interpretations and often intended to mislead; ambiguous; of uncertain.significance; of a doubtful or uncertain nature
equivocally.adverb
equivocality.noun,.plural.equivocalities
equivocalness.noun

equivocate, equivocated, equivocating, equivocates.intransitive verbs
to use equivocal language intentionally; to avoid making an explicitstatement; lie
equivocator.noun
equivocation.noun
the use of equivocal language; an equivocal statement or expression

exult, exulted, exulting, exults.intransitive verbs
to rejoice greatly; be jubilant or triumphant
exultingly.adverb
exultance or exultancy.noun
exultant.adjective
marked by great joy or jubilation; triumphant
exultantly.adverb

eclectic.adjective
selecting or employing individual elements from a variety of sources, systems or styles (an eclectic taste in music; an eclectic approach to managing the economy); made up of or combining elements from a variety of sources
eclectically.adverb

engorge, engorged, engorging, engorges.verbs
transitive verb use.to devour greedily; to gorge; glut; to fill to excess, as with blood or other fluid
intransitive verb.use.to feed ravenously
engorgement.noun

eject, ejected, ejecting, ejects.verbs
transitive verb use.to throw out forcefully; expel; to compel to leave (the patron of the bar was ejected for creating a disturbance); to evict (tenants who were ejected for violations of their lease)
intransitive verb.use.to make an emergency exit from an aircraft by deployment of an ejection seat or capsule
ejectable, ejective.adjectives

expel, expelled, expelling, expels.transitive verbs
to force or drive out (expelled the food that upset him; expelled the student from college for cheating); to discharge from or as if from a receptacle (expelled a sigh of relief); eject
expellable.adjective
expeller.noun

exclude, excluded, excluding, excludes.transitive verbs
to prevent from entering; keep out; bar (a jar sealed to exclude outside air; an immigration.policy that excludes undesirables); to prevent from being included, considered or accepted; reject (the court excluded the improperly obtained evidence); to put out; expel
excludability.noun
excludable or excludible.adjective and noun
excluder.noun

exclusion.noun
the act or practice of excluding; the condition or fact of being excluded
exclusionary.adjective

extravagant.adjective
given to lavish or imprudent.expenditure (extravagant members of the government who waste money on projects often for selfish gain); exceeding.reasonable.bounds (extravagant demands placed upon the taxpayers); excessive; extremely.abundant; profuse (extravagant vegetation); unreasonably high; exorbitant (extravagant fees)
extravagantly.adverb
extravagantness.noun
extravagance.noun,.plural.extravagances
the quality of being extravagant; immoderate expense or display; luxury

enunciate, enunciated, enunciating, enunciates.verbs
transitive verb use.to pronounce; articulate; to state or set forth precisely or systematically
intransitive verb use.to make articulate sounds
enunciable, enunciative.adjectives
enunciation, enunciator.nouns
enunciatively.adverb

evade, evaded, evading, evades.verbs
transitive verb use.to escape or avoid by cleverness (evade the oncoming storm); to avoid fulfilling, answering or performing (evade responsibility); escape; to avoid giving a direct answer to; elude.(the accident evades explanation)
intransitive verb use.to practice evasion; to use cleverness in avoiding or escaping
evadable.or.evadible.adjective
evader.noun,.plural.evaders

evasion.noun,.plural.evasions
the act or an instance of evading; a means of evading

evasive.adjective
inclined or intendedto evade (took evasive action); intentionally vague or ambiguous; equivocal.(an evasive statement)
evasively.adverb
evasiveness.noun

elegant.adjective
characterized by or exhibiting refined, tasteful beauty of manner, form or style; delicate
elegantly.adverb

elegance.noun
refinement, grace, and beauty in movement, appearance or manners; tasteful opulence in form, decoration or presentation; restraint and grace of style; something elegant

enumerate, enumerated, enumerating, enumerates.transitive verbs
to count off or name one by one (enumerated the inconsistencies); to determine the number of; count
enumeration, enumerator.nouns
enumerative.adjective

eligible.adjective
qualified or entitled to be chosen (eligible to win prize; eligible for retirement; an eligible bachelor)
eligibly.adverb
eligibility, eligible.nouns

expend, expended, expending, expends.transitive verbs
to lay out; spend (expending his energy just to reach a few people); to use up; consume

expenditure.noun,.plural.expenditures
the act or process of expending; outlay; an amount expended; an expense

expire, expired, expiring, expires.verbs
intransitive verb use.to come to an end; terminate (my membership in the club has expired); to exhale; to breathe out; to breathe one's last breath; die
transitive verb use.to breathe something out

envelop, enveloped, enveloping, envelops.transitive verbs
to enclose or encase completely with or as if with a covering as a letter enclosed in an envelope ready to be mailed
enveloper, envelopment.nouns
envelopingly.adverb

encore.noun
a demand by an audience for an additional performance, usually expressed by applause; an additional performance in response to the demand of an audience
encore, encored, encoring, encores.transitive verbs
to demand an encore of
encore.interjection
used to demand an additional performance

extremist.noun,.plural.extremists
one who advocates or resorts to measures beyond the norm
extremism.noun,.plural.extremisms
(estremisms propound the mind of man)
extremist.adjective

extreme.adjective
most remote in any direction; outermost or farthest (the extreme edge of the field); being in or attaining the greatest or highest degree; very intense (extreme pleasure was needed to form diamonds from rotting vegetation); extending far beyond the norm; excessive
extreme.noun,.plural.extremes
the greatest or utmost degree or point; either of the two things situated at opposite ends of a range (the extremes of boiling and freezing)
extremely.adverb
extremeness.noun

extremity.noun,.plural.extremities
the outermost or farthest point or portion; the greatest or utmost degree; a bodily limb or appendage; a hand or foot

enunciate, enunciated, enunciating, enunciates.verbs
transitive verb use.to pronounce; articulate;
intransitive verb use.to make articulate sounds
enunciable, enunciative.adjectives
enunciation, enunciations, enunciator, enunciators.nouns
enunciatively.adverb

encephalogram.(EEG).noun,.plural.encephalograms
aka.electroencephalogram,.electroencephalograms
a graphic record of the electrical activity of the brain as recorded by an electroencephalograph; an x-ray picture of the brain

establish, established, establishing, establishes.transitive verbs to set up; to bring about; generate.(establish goodwill in the neighborhood; establish some honest politicians); to place or settle in a secure position or condition (the electrical generator is well established in concrete); instal (they established me in my own business); to make firm or secure (well established telephone pole); to cause to be recognized and accepted (politicians are always out to establish themselves more with voters); to introduce and put (a law, for example) into force; to prove the validity or truth of (established eternal truths)
establisher.noun
establishment.noun,.plural.establishments
the act of establishing; the condition or fact of being established; something established (the antique shop that opened in 1904 established itself quickly as having artifacts dating to the 17th century); a place of residence or business with its possessions and staff (many restaurants have two or more establishments); an established social order (a group of people holding most of the power and influence in a government or society)

extracellular.adjective
located or occurring outside a cell or cells (extracellular fluid; extracellular interactions)
extracellularly.adverb

eliminate, eliminated, eliminating, eliminates.transitive verbs
to get rid of; remove (an effort to eliminate genetically modified food); to leave out or omit from consideration; reject; to excrete (bodily wastes); eradicate; purge; liquidate
elimination.noun,.plural.eliminations
(after being constipated for a couple of days the patients had 3 eliminations)
eliminative.or.eliminatory.adjective
eliminator.noun,.plural.eliminators

excrete, excreted, excreting, excretes.transitive verbs
to separate and discharge.waste.matter from the blood, tissues, or organs
excretion.noun,.plural.excretions
the act.or.process of discharging waste matter from the blood, tissues or organs; the matter, such as urine or sweat, that is so excreted
excretory.adjective
of,.relating to or used in excretion (excretory organs)

excrement.noun,.plural.excrements
waste.material, especially.fecal.matter, that is expelled from the body after digestion
excremental, excrementitious.adjectives

enfeeble, enfeebled, enfeebling, enfeebles.transitive verbs
to deprive of strength; make feeble
enfeeblement.noun,.plural.enfeeblements
(we take animals in to recuperate them if they have enfeeblements from injuries)
enfeebler.noun,.plural.enfeeblers
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