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estate.noun,.plural.estates
an estate is a large area of land in the country which is owned by a person, family or organization; an estate is also the whole of one's possessions, all the property and debts left by one at death; in law, the nature and extent of an owner's rights.with respect to land or other property; the situation or circumstances of one's life (a child's estate gives way to the adult's estate)

Episcopalian.adjective
of, relating.to.orbelonging to the Episcopal Church; of or advocating church government by bishops
Episcopalian.noun,.plural.Episcopalians
episcopal.adjective
of or relating to a bishop; of, relating.to.or.involving church government by bishops; of or relating to the Episcopal Church
episcopally.adverb

equinox.noun,.plural.equinoxes
an equinox is one of the two days in the year when day and night are of equal length; either of the two times during a year when the Sun crosses the celestial.equator and when the length of day and night are approximately equal; the vernal equinox or the autumnal equinox

equator.noun,.plural.equators
the equator is an imaginary line around the middle of the Earth at an equal distance from the North Pole and the South Pole; the imaginary great circle around the Earth's surface, equidistant from the poles and perpendicular to the Earth's axis of rotation; the equatot divides the Earth into the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere; a similar great circle drawn on the surface of a celestial body at right angles to the axis of rotation; the celestial equator; a circle that divides a sphere or other surface into congruent parts

empire.noun,.plural.empires
a very large political.unit having an extensive.territory or comprising a number of territories or nations and ruled some single supreme.despot; the territory included in such a unit; an extensive enterprise under a unified.authority (a publishing empire)

emperor.noun,.plural.emperors
the male ruler of an empire; the emperor butterfly; the emperor moth
emperorship.noun,.plural.emperorships

emulsion.noun,.plural.emulsions
emulsion or emulsion paint is a water-based paint, which is not shiny when it dries, used for painting walls and ceilings; an emulsion is a liquid or cream which is a mixture of two or more liquids, such as oil and water, which do not naturally mix together; a suspension of small globules of one liquid in a second liquid with which the first will not mix (an emulsion of oil in vinegar, as in a salad dressing); a photosensitive coating, usually of silver halide grains in a thin gelatin layer
on photographic film, paper or glass
emulsive.adjective
emulsify, emulsified, emulsifying, emulsifies.transitive verbs
to make into an emulsion
emulsification.noun,.plural.emulsifications
emulsifier.noun,.plural.emulsifiers
emulsible.adjective
that can be emulsified (an emulsible oil)

enlarge, enlarged, enlarging, enlarges.verbs
transitive verb use.to make larger; add to; to give greater scope to; expand; increase
intransitive verb use.to become larger; grow; to speak or write at greater length or in greater detail; elaborate (enlarged upon the story)
enlarger.noun,.plural.enlargers
enlargement.noun,.plural.enlargements
an act of enlarging or the state of being enlarged; something that enlarges; an addition (we enlarged our outdoor patio to accommodate more guests); something that has been enlarged (a photographic reproduction or a copy larger than the original)

extinct.adjective
no longer existing or living (an extinct species); no longer burning or active (an extinct volcano); no longer in use (an extinct custom); dead
extinction.noun,.plural.extinctions
the act of extinguishing; the condition of being extinguished; the fact of being extinct or the process of becoming extinct; if someone refers to the extinction of a way of life or type of activity, they mean that the way of life or activity stops existing; the extinction of a species of animal or plant is the death of all its remaining living members (an operation is beginning to try to save bees from extinction due to chemical 'cides' and also similarly for a species of crocodile)

edge.noun,.plural.edges
a thin, sharpened side, as of the blade of a cutting instrument (she sharpened the knife's edge so it would be easier to slice the carrots); the degree of sharpness of a cutting blade (that knife's edge needs sharpening); the line of intersection of two surfaces the edge of a table (we rounded the edges of the tables to prevent injuries to the toddlers should they fall against them); the rounded edges of the table; a rim or brink (the edge of a cliff); an extremity (lifted the edge of the carpet); a dividing line; a border (a house on the edge of town); a point of transition (on the edge of the new age in clean energy); a margin of superiority; an advantage (newer vehicles have the edge in technology compared to ones made a decade ago)
edge, edged, edging, edges.verbs
intransitive verb use.to move gradually or hesitantly (the child edged toward the door)
transitive verb use.to give an edge to a blade; sharpen. b. Sports. to tilt a ski or both skis in such a way that an edge or both edges bite into the snow; to put a border or edge on (edged the quilt with fanciful.embroidery); to act as or be an edge of (flowers that edged the garden path); to advance or push.slightly or gradually (the dog edged the ball toward the child with its nose); to trim or shape the edge of (edge a lawn)
edge out.phrasal verb
to surpass or beat by a small margin (the downhill racer edged her opponent out on the middle stretch)
on edge.idiom
highly tense or nervous; somewhat.irritable
on the edge.idiom
in a precarious position; in a state of keen.excitement, as from anticipation, expectation or risk
edgeless.adjective
lacking a cutting edge (don't use that knife for the potatoes, the blade is so worn it's now edgeless)

erupt, erupted, erupting, erupts.verbs
intransitive verb use.to emerge.violently from restraint or limits; explode; to become violently active (the volcano erupted after years of dormancy); to force out or release something, such as steam, with violence or suddenness; to appear on the skin (pesticides can cause a rash or blemish on the skin)
transitive verb use.to force out violently
eruptive.adjective
eruptively.adverb
eruption.noun,.plural.eruptions
the act or process of erupting; an instance of erupting;a sudden, often violent outburst; an appearance of a rash or blemish on the skin; such a rash or blemish; the emergence of a tooth through the gums

embower, embowered, embowering, embowers.transitive verbs
to enclose in or as if in a bower

eke, eked, eking, ekes.transitive verbs
to supplement with great effort (eked out an income by working two jobs); to get with great effort or strain (eke a bare existence from around town after the manufacturing plant closed)

export, exported, exporting, exports.verbs
transitive verb use.to send or transport a commodity, for example, abroad for trade or sale; to cause the spread of an idea, for example, in another part of the world; transmit; exports are goods which are sold to another country and sent there (Ghana's main export is cocoa; Ethiopia exports coffee); in computing, if you export files or information from one type of software into another type, you change their format so that they can be used in the new software (changing format does not mean the information the file contains is altered, for example, text files can be exported in ASCII and picture files in JPEG, GIF and other formats
intransitive verb use.to send or transport merchandise abroad for sale or trade
export.noun,.plural.exports
exportation
exportation.noun,.plural.exportations
the act of exporting; something exported; an export
exportability.noun,.plural.exportabilities
exportable.adjective
exporter.noun,.plural.exporters

emolument.noun,.plural.emoluments
payment for an office or employment; compensation
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