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earnest
relating to sincerity in character
eerie
frightening; scary
effigy
a monunent or memorial shaped in the likeness of a particular individual
elaborate
developed; containing many details
elated
very pleased or happy; delighted
elements
changes in the weather
elicit
to bring out; evoke
elite
realting to a limited group; exclusive
elusive
impossible to be accomplished or maintained
ember
a small glowing fragments which remains when a fire is being extinguished
embezzle
to use one's own position to steal company money or properly for personal use
embroil
to cause to become involved in a conflict
eminent
showing superiority or high achievement in one's profession
emission
to give off or send out light, sound, or smell
emulate
to imitate or equal in quality
encompass
to involve or include
encounter
to meet or come across
endeavor
to attempt with difficulty
endorse
to openly express approval or express; back
endowment
grant or contribution of money for support of an activity
enervating
exhausting
engulf
to be consumed totally by fire
enhance
to make something greater or more beautiful
enmity
hatred; contempt
ensign
a flag which indicates nationality; banner
entail
to involve or include
enterprise
a business organization established for a particular purpose or activity
enthrall
to totally attract the attention of someone; to charm
entice
to attract by persuasion or influence
entity
a business or enterprise
entreat
to beg; beseech; implore
equivocation
the action of speaking in a way that is likely to cause confusion or misunderstanding
era
a period in history
erratic
unpredictable; inconsistent
escort
to go along with; accompany
esteem
value or appreciation
estuary
the mouth of a river or other waterway
eternal
lasting forever
exacerbate
to make worse or more severe
exaggerate
to overstate in size or amount
exalt
to give praise and glory
exasperation
a state of extreme irritation or annoyance
exclusive
capable of use or possession only by a limited group
exertion
excessive physical activity
exhale
to expel air out by breathing
exhaust
the expenditure of gas from a machine
exile
to expel or force to leave, esp. one's country of origin
exonerate
to clear from accusation or responsibility
exorbitant
excessive in quantity or price; extortionate
expel
to force to leave school, usually for misbehavior
exploit
to use or manipulate another person for one's own purposes
extenuating
relating to lessening the seriousness of a charge; mitigate
extermination
the action of killing insects or rodents
extortionate
excessively expensive; exorbitant
extract
to remove
extravagant
unnecessarily high in price or expence