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Eisenhower, Dwight David, known as 'Ike'. 1890-1969.
American general and the 34th President of the United States, 1953-1961. As supreme commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force, 1943-1945, he launched the invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944 and oversaw the final defeat of Germany in 1945, thus ending what's called the Second World War. His presidency was also marked by an end to the Korean War in 1953. One of his quotes.

eatable.adjective
fit to be eaten; edible (an eatable display of food was on the table)
eatable.noun,.plural.eatables
something fit to be eaten; food

evergreen.adjective
having.foliage that persists and remains green throughout the year; perennially fresh or interesting; enduring
evergreen.noun,.plural.evergreens
a tree, shrub or plant having foliage that persists and remains green throughout the year; something that remains perennially fresh, interesting or well liked; holly, like ivy and mistletoe, is an evergreen

essential oil.noun,.plural.essential oils
any of a class of natural volatile oils that give plants their characteristic.odors and are used especially in perfumes and flavorings and for aromatherapy; essential oiis have been known and traded since ancient times; many essential oils contain isoprenoids; some, such as oil of wintergreen (methyl salicylate) and orange oil (d-limonene), have one predominant.component, but most have dozens or hundreds; tracecomponents impart an oil's characteristic odour, which synthetic or blended oils can rarely duplicate; essential oils have three primary commercial uses, as odorants in perfumes, soaps, detergents and other products; as flavours in baked goods, candies, soft drinks and many other foods and as pharmaceuticals, in dental products and in aromatherapy

excrescence.noun,.plural.excrescences
an unusual outgrowth or enlargement, such as a wart; a normal outgrowth, such as a fingernail or a beard; a usually unwanted or unncessary accretion

Eurasian.adjective
of.or.relating.to Eurasia; of mixed European and Asian descent
Eurasian.noun,.plural.Eurasians
a person of mixed European and Asian descent
Eurasia.noun
the land mass comprising the continents of Europe and Asia

escutcheon.noun,.plural.escutcheons
Heraldry:.a shield or shield-shaped emblem.bearing a coat of arms; an.ornamental or protective plate, as for the keyhole part of the locking merchanism; in nautical.terms, the plate on the stern of a ship inscribed with the ship's name
escutcheoned.adjective

electrostatic.adjective
of.or.relating.to.static.electricity (electrostatics); electrostatics.is the physics of electrostatic phenomena; of or relating to painting with a spray that utilizes electrically charged particle to ensure complete coating; of or relating to electric charges at rest (your blanket will snap and sting a bit and you can see the bright electricity come off it in your dark room, because when you pick it up, especially if the weather is particularly dry, it will discharge); produced or caused by such charges; of or relating to electrostatics
electrostatically.adverb

earn, earned, earning, earns.transitive verbs
to gain.especially for the performance of service or work (earned money by mowing lawns); to acquire or deserve as a result of effort or action (she earned a reputation as an honest worker); to yield as return or profit (a savings account that earns interest on deposited.funds)
earner.noun,.plural.earners

enroll.also.enrol, enrolled, enrolling, enrolls.also.enrols.verbs
transitive verb use.to enter or register in a roll, list or record (enrolled the child in a home schooling program); enroll the minutes of the meeting
intransitive verb use.to place one's name on a roll or register; sign up (we enrolled in volunteer fire department service)
enrollee.noun,.plural.enrollees

Erech.noun
from the.American Tract Society Dictionary: One of Nimrod's cities in the plain of Shinar:.Genesis 10:10. Its probable site is in the mounds of primeval ruins now called Irka or Irak, a few miles east of the Euphrates river, midway between Babylon and the junction of the Euphrates and Tigris rivers (map).

excavate, excavated, excavating, excavates.verbs
transitive verb use.to make a hole in; hollow out (excavate the earth at a size to accommodate the foundation for building a house on); to form by hollowing out; to remove by digging or scooping out; to expose or uncover by or as if by digging (excavate an archaeological site)
intransitive verb use.to engage in digging, hollowing out or removing
excavator.noun,.plural.excavators
one that excavates, especially a backhoe
excavation.noun,.plural.excavations
the act or process of excavating; a hole formed by excavating (we did three more excavations for three more new house builds today)

elbowroom.noun
room to move around or work freely; ample.scope.(elbowroom to experiment)

effigy.noun,.plural.effigies
a crude.figure.or.dummy.representing a very disliked.person or group; a likeness or image of a person
in effigy.idiom
symbolically, in the form of an effigy (the disliked leader's picture displayed in public, was altered humorously using graffiti); from French 'effigie', meaning likeness and  from 'effingere', meaning to portray)

eyewitness.noun,.plural.eyewitnesses
a person who has seen someone or something and can describe it afterwards; one who sees an occurrence or an object and who gives a report on what he or she has seen; bear witness to the fact (she gave a firsthand.account of the volcano's eruption); a person who has seen something happen and can give a first-hand description of it

einstellen.(a German word pronounced INE shtellen)
how it works: a person, through meditation automatically is tuned into the Divine Force of God, called in German Heilstrom, to absorb it; also called the Holy Spirit

ectothermic.also.ectothermal.or.ectothermous.adjective
of.or.relating.to an organism that regulates its body temperature largely by exchanging heat with its surroundings; cold-blooded

en route.adverb.also.adjective
at or along the way (we are en route to the museum; the restaurant was en route)

Epsom salts.plural noun
hydrated.magnesium.sulfate, MgSO4·7H2O, used as a cathartic and as an agent to reduce.inflammation

Emmanuel.noun
this is the spelling in the New Testament part of the Holy Bible; in the Old Testament part, it's spelt Immanuel; the name means 'God with us':.Matthew 1:23 "Behold, a virgin shall be with child and shall bring forth a son and they shall call his name Emmanuel, which being interpreted is, God with us."

earthquake.noun,.plural.earthquakes
a sudden movement of the Earth's crust caused by the release of stress accumulated along geologic faults or by volcanic activity
elliptic the path along which the Sun seems to move; analemma

ennui.noun
a feeling of being tired, bored, annoyed and unsatisfied with your life; listlessness and dissatisfaction.resulting from lack of interest; boredom; tedium; the doldrums; from date 1700-1800 Old French 'enui' and from French 'ennuier' meaning 'to annoy', 'to bore'

eddy.noun,.plural.eddies
a current, as of water or air, moving contrary to the direction of the main current, especially in a circular.motion; a circular movement of water, wind, dust etc. (the racing river caused swirling eddies)
eddy, eddied, eddying, eddies.verbs
intransitive verb use.to move in or as if in an eddy; if water, wind, dust etc eddies, it moves around with a circular movement (mist eddied round the house); to turn
transitive verb use.to cause to move in or as if in an eddy; from 1400-1500 Middle English 'ydy', probably of Scandinavian.origin, that being Old Norse 'idha'
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