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Vocabulary Words Starts With “E”

As we know that in today’s world English language plays a key role to get success in any field. In many entrance exams we can see a portion of English in which lots of students get confused and not able to give correct answers because they are not prepared for the English section.

If you don’t want to make that mistake then you must read this page. In this page we are helping those visitors who want to improve their English vocabulary.

Here we are providing you some useful word which starts from the letter E with their meaning and also provide you one example to use that word.

 

Word

Meaning

Example

Edict

A formal or authoritative proclamation

An edict was issued by him forbidding any Christian to give instruction in Greek literature under any circumstances.

Effervescence

The property of giving off bubbles

Both were in the very sparkle and effervescence of that fanciful glee which bubbles up from the golden, untried fountains of early childhood.

Effete

Marked by excessive self-indulgence and moral decay

John bull was an effete old plutocrat whose sons and daughters were given up to sport and amusement.

Effluvium

 A foul-smelling outflow or vapour (especially a gaseous waste)

However, acting on my best judgment, I struck a downward course, and then suddenly a horrible effluvium was wafted to my nostrils.

Effulgence

 The quality of being bright and sending out rays of light

Then, all at once, in a way that seemed to frighten her, the sunshine had burst the clouds, and dazzled her with its effulgence.

Egregious

Conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible

“These offenses are very serious, even egregious,” the judge said.

Elaborate

Marked by complexity and richness of detail

But the tobacco industry and owners of other convenience stores say tribal cigarette manufacturing is just an elaborate form of tax evasion.

 Ellipsis

Omission or suppression of parts of words or sentences

He speaks in ellipses, often leaving sentences hanging, and fiddles apologetically with his blackberry.

Elude

Escape, either physically or mentally

But despite racking up world titles, Olympic gold was eluding him.

Emblazon

Decorate with heraldic arms

His coat of arms was emblazoned on the cover.

 Emend

Make improvements or corrections to

The following were identified as spelling or typographic errors and have been emended as noted.

 Emetic

A medicine that induces nausea and vomiting

The juice of this herb, taken in ale, is esteemed a gentle and very good emetic, bringing on vomiting without any great irritation or pain.

Enclave

An enclosed territory that is culturally distinct from the foreign territory that surrounds it

And its suburban schools, rather than being exclusive enclaves, include children whose parents can’t afford a house in the neighbourhood.

Encroachment

Entry to another’s property without right or permission

The move may mark yet another attempt by France to rein in what it sees as the encroachment of online services on the country’s culture.

Endue

Give qualities or abilities to

To say the least of it, he was endued with sufficient intelligence to acquire an ordinary knowledge of such matters.

Engage

Consume all of one’s attention or time

We had nearly two hundred passengers, who were seated about on the sofas, reading, or playing games, or engaged in conversation.

 Enigma

Something that baffles understanding and cannot be explained

Tails are often an enigma; many creatures have them, but scientists know little about their function, particularly for extinct species.

 Enjoin

Give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority

He turned to beckon the others forward with one hand, while laying the other over his mouth in a gesture enjoining silence.

Enrapture

Hold spellbound

I was delighted, enraptured, beside myself–the world had disappeared in an instant.

Ensconce

Fix firmly

Though she is firmly ensconced in a writing career, ms. Freud, 48, said that in the early days she missed acting terribly.

Ensue

Issue or terminate (in a specified way, state, etc.), end

An uproar ensued months after the approval, when opponents realized the online gambling measure had been slipped in.

Entomology

The branch of zoology that studies insects

From the department of entomology you expect to learn something about the troublesome insects, which are so universal an annoyance.

Entreat

Ask for or request earnestly

“Let me go now, please,” she entreated, her eyes unable to meet his any longer.

Equable

Not varying

His must have been that calm, equable temperament not easily ruffled, which goes with the self-respecting nature.

Erode

Become ground down or deteriorate

Another report today showed home prices fell more than forecast in November, eroding the wealth of families as they seek to rebuild savings.

Eschew

Avoid and stay away from deliberately, stay clear of

Morrissey is among those seniors who are eschewing nursing homes in favour of independent living.

Espouse

Choose and follow; as of theories, ideas, policies, strategies or plans

He said Islam should not be equated with terrorism or the kind of violence espoused by bin laden.

Estrange

Arouse hostility or indifference in where there had formerly been love, affection, or friendliness

An atmosphere of distrust, suspicion and fear can cause workers to feel estranged from one another, dr. Wright has written.

Eugenic

Pertaining to or causing improvement in the offspring produced

Eugenics was aimed at creating a better society by filtering out people considered undesirable, ranging from criminals to those imprecisely designated as “feeble-minded.”

Euphony

Any agreeable (pleasing and harmonious) sounds

It depends somewhat on usage and on euphony or agreeableness of sound.

 

 

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