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ejaculate, ejaculated, ejaculating, ejaculates.verbs
transitive verb use.to eject or discharge.abruptly; to utter.suddenly and passionately; exclaim; to discharge semen in orgasm
intransitive verb use.to eject semen
ejaculate.noun,.plural.ejaculates
semen ejaculated in orgasm
ejaculator.noun,.plural.ejaculators
ejaculatory.adjective
relating to or constituting a sudden, brief.utterance; exclamatory; of.or.relating.to.physiological ejaculation
ejaculation.noun,.plural.ejaculations
a sudden, short exclamation, especially a brief, pious utterance or prayer; an abrupt discharge of fluid, especially of seminal fluid; the act of ejaculating

ethyl.noun,.plural.ethyls
a univalent organic radical C2H5; the word 'ethyl' comes from the word 'ether'
ethylic.adjective

empty, emptier, emptiest.adjectives
not holding or containing anything; null (the box is empty)
empty, emptied, emptying, empties.verbs
transitive verb use.to remove the contents of (emptied the dishwasher; empty the ashes into a pail)
intransitive verb use.to become empty (the theater emptied after the performance); to discharge its contents (the river empties into a bay)
empty.noun,.plural.empties
an empty container
emptily.adverb
emptiness.noun

John Erskine.1509-1591 A.D.
Scottish religious reformer whose moderate views eased the tension between Protestants and the Catholic royalty in Scotland

earthenware.noun,.plural.earthenwares
pottery made from a porous.clay that is fired at relatively low temperatures, such as a crockpot

eaves.plural.noun
the projecting overhang at the lower edge of a roof used to catch rain from the roof and direct it through the eaves to the ground

examine, examined, examining, examines.transitive verbs
to observe.carefully or critically; inspect (examined the room hoping to find the lost broach); to study or analyze (examine a tissue.sample under a microscope; examine the structure of a novel; examine one's own motives); to test or check the condition or health of (a hearing examination); to determine the qualifications, aptitude or skills of by means of questions or exercises; to question so as to.elicit.facts or information; interrogate; to ask
examinable.adjective
examiner.noun,.plural.examiners
examination.noun,.plural.examinations
the act of examining or the state of being examined; a set of questions or exercises testing.knowledge or skill
examinational.adjective

emcee.noun,.plural.emcees
a master of ceremonies
emcee, emceed, emceeing, emcees.verbs
transitive verb use.to serve as master of ceremonies of (emcee a variety show)
intransitive verb use.to act as master of ceremonies

edit, edited, editing, edits.transitive verbs
to prepare written material for publication or presentation, as by correcting, revising or adapting; to prepare an edition of for publication (edit a collection of short stories); to modify or adapt so as to make suitable or acceptable (edited her remarks for presentation to a younger audience);  to supervise the publication of a newspaper or magazine, for example; to assemble the components of a film or soundtrack, for example, as by cutting and splicing; to eliminate; delete (edited the extraneous scenes out of the movie)
edit.noun,.plural.edits
an act or instance of editing (made several last-minute edits to keep the movie under two hours)
Word history: the word edit is often cited as an example of back-formation. In other words, edit is not the source of the word editor, as dive is of diver, the expected.derivational.pattern; rather, the reverse is the case. Edit in the sense 'to prepare for publication' was first recorded in 1793 and comes from 'editor', first recorded in 1712 in the sense 'one who edits'. There is more to the story, however. Edit also partly comes from the French word éditer 'to publish, edit', first recorded in 1784. In the case of edit, two processes, borrowing and back-formation, have thus occurred either independently or together, perhaps one person taking edit from French originally, another from editor and yet a third from both.

editor.noun,.plural.editors
one who edits, especially as an occupation; one who writes editorials; a device for editing film, consisting.basically of a splicer and viewer; in computers, a program or set of instructions used to edit text or data files
editorial.noun,.plural.editorials
an article in a publication expressing the opinion of its editors or publishers; a commentary on television or radio expressing the opinion of the station or network
editorial.adjective
of or relating to an editor or editing (an editorial position with a publishing company; an editorial policy prohibiting the use of unnamed sources); 
editorially.adverb

edition.noun,.plural.editions
an edition is a particular.version of a book, magazine or newspaper that is printed at one time (a paperback edition is now available at bookshops); an edition is the total number of copies of a particular book or newspaper that are printed at one time (the second edition was published only in America); an edition is a single television or radio programme that is one of a series about a particular subject; a single copy from a group produced (our second child is the second edition of males in the family); all the copies of a specified issue of a newspaper (the morning edition; the Sunday edition); any of the various or successive.forms in which something is offered or presented (this year's edition of fall fashions from Paris); one that closely resembles an original; a version (the boy was a smaller edition of his father)

exorcise, exorcised, exorcising, exorcises.transitive verbs
to expel an evil spirit by or as if by adjuration, incantation, command or prayer; to free from evil spirits or malign influences
exorciser.noun,.plural.exorcisers
exorcism.noun,.plural.exorcisms
the act, practice or ceremony of exorcising; some formula used in exorcising, such as a Dr. Ken McAll used
exorcist.noun,.plural.exorcists

end.noun,.plural.ends
either.extremity of something that has length (the end of the pier); the outside or extreme edge or physical limit; a boundary (the end of town); the point in time when an action, an event or a phenomenon.ceases or is completed; the conclusion (the end of the day); a result; an outcome; something toward which one strives; a goal; a purpose; an.intention (what is the end you are working toward in your book?); termination of phycial life or existence, so-called.death; a share of a responsibility or obligation (your end of the bargain); a particular.area of responsibility (she's in charge of the business end of our home); in foortball, either of the players in the outermost position on the line of scrimmage; the position played by such a player
end, ended, ending, ends.verbs
transitive verb use.to bring to a conclusion; to form the last or concluding part of (the song that ended the movie)
intransitive verb use.to come to a finish; cease
no end.idiom
a great deal (the had no end of stories to tell about his travels)
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