2661 Words That Start With E

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e (noun) the 5th letter of the Roman alphabet Synonyms: E
(noun) the base of the natural system of logarithms; approximately equal to 2.718282...
each (adjective) (used of count nouns) every one considered individually; quantifier, singular, universal pronoun; quantifier, singular, universal
(adverb) to or from every one of two or more (considered individually) Synonyms: apiece, for each one, from each one, to each one
eager (adjective) having or showing keen interest or intense desire or impatient expectancy
(noun) a high wave (often dangerous) caused by tidal flow (as by colliding tidal currents or in a narrow estuary) Synonyms: aegir, bore, eagre, tidal bore
eagerly (adverb) with eagerness; in an eager manner Synonyms: thirstily
eagerness (noun) prompt willingness Synonyms: forwardness, readiness, zeal
(noun) a positive feeling of wanting to push ahead with something Synonyms: avidity, avidness, keenness
eagle (noun) any of various large keen-sighted diurnal birds of prey noted for their broad wings and strong soaring flight Synonyms: bird of Jove
(noun) an emblem representing power
(noun) a former gold coin in the United States worth 10 dollars
(noun) (golf) a score of two strokes under par on a hole
(verb) shoot in two strokes under par
(verb) shoot two strokes under par Synonyms: double birdie
eaglet (noun) a young eagle
eagre (noun) a high wave (often dangerous) caused by tidal flow (as by colliding tidal currents or in a narrow estuary) Synonyms: aegir, bore, eager, tidal bore
ear (noun) the sense organ for hearing and equilibrium
(noun) the externally visible cartilaginous structure of the external ear Synonyms: auricle, pinna
(noun) good hearing
(noun) attention to what is said
(noun) fruiting spike of a cereal plant especially corn Synonyms: capitulum, spike
earache (noun) an ache localized in the middle or inner ear Synonyms: otalgia
earcuff (noun) a non-pierced earring of varying size (i.e. small wrap or hook big enough to hang over the whole ear and dangle) worn on the rim of the ear. Synonyms: ear cuff, ear hook earring, ear wrap
eardrop (noun) an earring with a pendant ornament Synonyms: drop earring, pendant earring
eardrum (noun) the membrane in the ear that vibrates to sound Synonyms: myringa, tympanic membrane, tympanum
eared (adjective) having ears (or appendages resembling ears) or having ears of a specified kind; often used in combination
(adjective) worn or shabby from overuse or (of pages) from having corners turned down Synonyms: dog-eared
earflap (noun) one of two flaps attached to a cap to keep the ears warm Synonyms: earlap
earful (noun) a severe scolding Synonyms: bawling out, castigation, chewing out, dressing down, going-over, upbraiding
(noun) an outpouring of gossip
earl (noun) a British peer ranking below a marquess and above a viscount
earlap (noun) one of two flaps attached to a cap to keep the ears warm Synonyms: earflap
earldom (noun) the domain controlled by an earl or count or countess
(noun) the dignity or rank or position of an earl or countess
earless (adjective) lacking external ears
earlier (adjective) (comparative and superlative of `early') more early than; most early Synonyms: earliest
(adverb) earlier in time; previously Synonyms: before
(adverb) comparatives of `soon' or `early' Synonyms: sooner
(adverb) before now Synonyms: in the beginning, in the first place, originally, to begin with
earliest (adjective) (comparative and superlative of `early') more early than; most early Synonyms: earlier
(adverb) with the least delay Synonyms: soonest
earliness (noun) quality of coming early or earlier in time
earlobe (noun) the fleshy pendulous part of the external human ear Synonyms: ear lobe
early (adjective) at or near the beginning of a period of time or course of events or before the usual or expected time
(adjective) of an early stage in the development of a language or literature
(adjective) being or occurring at an early stage of development
(adjective) belonging to the distant past Synonyms: former, other
(adjective) very young
(adjective) expected in the near future
(adverb) before the usual time or the time expected Synonyms: ahead of time, too soon
(adverb) during an early stage Synonyms: early on
(adverb) in good time Synonyms: betimes
earlyish (adjective) being somewhat early
earmark (noun) a distinctive characteristic or attribute of someone or something Synonyms: hallmark, stylemark, trademark
(noun) identification mark on the ear of a domestic animal
(verb) give or assign a resource to a particular person or cause Synonyms: allow, appropriate, reserve, set aside
earmuff (noun) either of a pair of ear coverings (usually connected by a headband) that are worn to keep the ears warm in cold weather
earn (verb) earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages Synonyms: bring in, clear, gain, make, pull in, realise, realize, take in
(verb) acquire or deserve by one's efforts or actions Synonyms: garner, win
earned (adjective) gained or acquired; especially through merit or as a result of effort or action
earner (noun) someone who earn wages in return for their labor Synonyms: wage earner
earnest (adjective) not distracted by anything unrelated to the goal Synonyms: businesslike
(adjective) characterized by a firm and humorless belief in the validity of your opinions Synonyms: sincere, solemn
(adjective) sincerely earnest Synonyms: dear, devout, heartfelt
(noun) something of value given by one person to another to bind a contract
earnestly (adverb) in a serious manner Synonyms: in earnest, seriously
earnestness (noun) the trait of being serious Synonyms: serious-mindedness, seriousness, sincerity
(noun) an earnest and sincere feeling Synonyms: seriousness, sincerity
earnings (noun) something that remunerates Synonyms: pay, remuneration, salary, wage
(noun) the excess of revenues over outlays in a given period of time (including depreciation and other non-cash expenses) Synonyms: lucre, net, net income, net profit, profit, profits
earphone (noun) electro-acoustic transducer for converting electric signals into sounds; it is held over or inserted into the ear Synonyms: earpiece, headphone, phone
earpiece (noun) electro-acoustic transducer for converting electric signals into sounds; it is held over or inserted into the ear Synonyms: earphone, headphone, phone
earplug (noun) a plug of cotton, wax, or rubber that is fitted into the ear canal for protection against the entry of water or loud noise
(noun) an earphone that is inserted into the ear canal
earreach (noun) the range within which a voice can be heard Synonyms: earshot, hearing
earring (noun) jewelry to ornament the ear; usually clipped to the earlobe or fastened through a hole in the lobe
earshot (noun) the range within which a voice can be heard Synonyms: earreach, hearing
earsplitting (adjective) loud enough to cause (temporary) hearing loss Synonyms: deafening, thunderous, thundery
earth (noun) a connection between an electrical device and a large conducting body, such as the earth (which is taken to be at zero voltage) Synonyms: ground
(noun) the concerns of this life as distinguished from heaven and the afterlife Synonyms: earthly concern, world, worldly concern
(noun) the abode of mortals (as contrasted with Heaven or Hell) Synonyms: Earth
(noun) the solid part of the earth's surface Synonyms: dry land, ground, land, solid ground, terra firma
(noun) the 3rd planet from the sun; the planet we live on Synonyms: Earth, globe, world
(noun) the loose soft material that makes up a large part of the land surface Synonyms: ground
(noun) once thought to be one of four elements composing the universe (Empedocles), associated with the humour black bile
(verb) connect to the earth
(verb) hide in the earth like a hunted animal
earthball (noun) any of various fungi of the genus Scleroderma having hard-skinned subterranean fruiting bodies resembling truffles Synonyms: false truffle, hard-skinned puffball, puffball
earthborn (adjective) connected with earthly life; of earthly origin
(adjective) springing from or born on the earth
(adjective) of earthly origin (as mortals are)
earthbound (adjective) confined to the earth
(adjective) lacking wit or imagination Synonyms: pedestrian, prosaic, prosy
earthen (adjective) made of earth (or baked clay)
earthenware (noun) ceramic ware made of porous clay fired at low heat
earthing (noun) fastening electrical equipment to earth Synonyms: grounding
earthlike (adjective) earth colored; of something having a color of soil or earth
(adjective) resembling or characteristic of earth
earthling (noun) an inhabitant of the earth Synonyms: earthman, tellurian, worldling
earthly (adjective) of or belonging to or characteristic of this earth as distinguished from heaven
earthman (noun) an inhabitant of the earth Synonyms: earthling, tellurian, worldling
earthnut (noun) edible subterranean fungus of the genus Tuber Synonyms: truffle
(noun) pod of the peanut vine containing usually 2 nuts or seeds; `groundnut' and `monkey nut' are British terms Synonyms: goober, goober pea, groundnut, monkey nut, peanut
(noun) a common European plant having edible tubers with the flavor of roasted chestnuts Synonyms: Conopodium denudatum
(noun) any of various highly prized edible subterranean fungi of the genus Tuber; grow naturally in southwestern Europe Synonyms: earth-ball, truffle
earthquake (noun) shaking and vibration at the surface of the earth resulting from underground movement along a fault plane or from volcanic activity Synonyms: quake, seism, temblor
(noun) a disturbance that is extremely disruptive
earthshaking (adjective) loud enough to shake the very earth
(adjective) sufficiently significant to affect the whole world Synonyms: world-shaking, world-shattering
earthstar (noun) any fungus of the family Geastraceae; in form suggesting a puffball whose outer peridium splits into the shape of a star
earthtongue (noun) any club-shaped fungus of the genus Geoglossum Synonyms: earth-tongue
earthwork (noun) an earthen rampart
earthworm (noun) terrestrial worm that burrows into and helps aerate soil; often surfaces when the ground is cool or wet; used as bait by anglers Synonyms: angleworm, crawler, dew worm, fishing worm, fishworm, nightcrawler, nightwalker, red worm, wiggler
earthy (adjective) of or consisting of or resembling earth
(adjective) conspicuously and tastelessly indecent Synonyms: crude, gross, vulgar
(adjective) not far removed from or suggestive of nature
(adjective) sensible and practical Synonyms: down-to-earth
(adjective) hearty and lusty
earwax (noun) a soft yellow wax secreted by glands in the ear canal Synonyms: cerumen
earwig (noun) any of numerous insects of the order Dermaptera having elongate bodies and slender many-jointed antennae and a pair of large pincers at the rear of the abdomen
ease (noun) freedom from activity (work or strain or responsibility) Synonyms: relaxation, repose, rest
(noun) freedom from difficulty or hardship or effort Synonyms: easiness, simpleness, simplicity
(noun) freedom from constraint or embarrassment Synonyms: informality
(noun) a freedom from financial difficulty that promotes a comfortable state Synonyms: comfort
(noun) the condition of being comfortable or relieved (especially after being relieved of distress) Synonyms: relief
(verb) lessen pain or discomfort; alleviate Synonyms: comfort
(verb) make easier Synonyms: alleviate, facilitate
(verb) lessen the intensity of or calm Synonyms: allay, relieve, still
(verb) move gently or carefully
eased (adjective) (of pain or sorrow) made easier to bear Synonyms: alleviated, relieved
easel (noun) an upright tripod for displaying something (usually an artist's canvas)
easement (noun) the act of reducing something unpleasant (as pain or annoyance) Synonyms: alleviation, easing, relief
(noun) (law) the privilege of using something that is not your own (as using another's land as a right of way to your own land)
easily (adverb) with ease (`easy' is sometimes used informally for `easily') Synonyms: easy
(adverb) indicating high probability; in all likelihood Synonyms: well
(adverb) without doubt
easiness (noun) the quality of being easy in behavior or style
(noun) freedom from difficulty or hardship or effort Synonyms: ease, simpleness, simplicity
(noun) a feeling of refreshing tranquility and an absence of tension or worry Synonyms: relaxation
easing (noun) the act of reducing something unpleasant (as pain or annoyance) Synonyms: alleviation, easement, relief
(noun) a change for the better Synonyms: moderation, relief
east (adjective) situated in or facing or moving toward the east
(noun) a location in the eastern part of a country, region, or city
(noun) the cardinal compass point that is at 90 degrees Synonyms: due east, E, eastward
(noun) the direction corresponding to the eastward cardinal compass point
(adverb) to, toward, or in the east
eastbound (adjective) moving toward the east Synonyms: eastward
easter (noun) a wind from the east Synonyms: east wind, easterly
easterly (adjective) from the east; used especially of winds Synonyms: eastern
(adjective) lying in or toward the east Synonyms: eastern
(noun) a wind from the east Synonyms: east wind, easter
(adverb) from the east
eastern (adjective) relating to or characteristic of regions of eastern parts of the world
(adjective) of or characteristic of eastern regions of the United States
(adjective) lying toward or situated in the east
(adjective) from the east; used especially of winds Synonyms: easterly
(adjective) lying in or toward the east Synonyms: easterly
easterner (noun) an inhabitant of an eastern area; especially of the U.S.
easternmost (adjective) farthest to the east Synonyms: eastmost
eastmost (adjective) farthest to the east Synonyms: easternmost
eastside (adjective) of the eastern part of a city e.g. Manhattan
eastward (adjective) moving toward the east Synonyms: eastbound
(noun) the cardinal compass point that is at 90 degrees Synonyms: due east, E, east
(adverb) toward the east Synonyms: eastwards
eastwards (adverb) toward the east Synonyms: eastward
easy (adjective) posing no difficulty; requiring little effort
(adjective) free from worry or anxiety
(adjective) obtained with little effort or sacrifice, often obtained illegally
(adjective) less in demand and therefore readily obtainable
(adjective) affording comfort
(adjective) marked by moderate steepness Synonyms: gentle
(adjective) readily exploited or tricked
(adjective) having little impact Synonyms: gentle, soft
(adjective) affording pleasure
(adjective) in fortunate circumstances financially; moderately rich Synonyms: comfortable, prosperous, well-fixed, well-heeled, well-off, well-situated, well-to-do
(adjective) casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior Synonyms: light, loose, promiscuous, sluttish, wanton
(adjective) not hurried or forced Synonyms: easygoing, leisurely
(adjective) not strict Synonyms: lenient
(adverb) in a relaxed manner; or without hardship Synonyms: soft
(adverb) with ease (`easy' is sometimes used informally for `easily') Synonyms: easily
(adverb) without speed (`slow' is sometimes used informally for `slowly') Synonyms: slow, slowly, tardily
easygoing (adjective) not burdensome or demanding; borne or done easily and without hardship Synonyms: cushy, soft
(adjective) relaxed and informal in attitude or standards
(adjective) not hurried or forced Synonyms: easy, leisurely
easygoingness (noun) being without worry or concern
eat (verb) cause to deteriorate due to the action of water, air, or an acid Synonyms: corrode, rust
(verb) take in solid food
(verb) eat a meal; take a meal
(verb) take in food; used of animals only Synonyms: feed
(verb) use up (resources or materials) Synonyms: consume, deplete, eat up, exhaust, expend, run through, use, use up, wipe out
(verb) worry or cause anxiety in a persistent way Synonyms: eat on
eatable (adjective) suitable for use as food Synonyms: comestible, edible
(noun) any substance that can be used as food Synonyms: comestible, edible, pabulum, victual, victuals
eatage (noun) bulky food like grass or hay for browsing or grazing horses or cattle Synonyms: forage, grass, pasturage, pasture
eater (noun) any green goods that are good to eat
(noun) someone who consumes food for nourishment Synonyms: feeder
eatery (noun) a building where people go to eat Synonyms: eating house, eating place, restaurant
eating (noun) the act of consuming food Synonyms: feeding
eats (noun) informal terms for a meal Synonyms: chow, chuck, grub
eaves (noun) the overhang at the lower edge of a roof
eavesdrop (verb) listen without the speaker's knowledge Synonyms: listen in
eavesdropper (noun) a secret listener to private conversations
ebb (noun) the outward flow of the tide Synonyms: reflux
(noun) a gradual decline (in size or strength or power or number) Synonyms: ebbing, wane
(verb) fall away or decline
(verb) hem in fish with stakes and nets so as to prevent them from going back into the sea with the ebb
(verb) flow back or recede Synonyms: ebb away, ebb down, ebb off, ebb out
ebbing (noun) a gradual decline (in size or strength or power or number) Synonyms: ebb, wane
ebbtide (noun) the tide while water is flowing out
eblis (noun) (Islam) the principal evil jinni in Islamic mythology
ebon (adjective) of a very dark black Synonyms: ebony
ebonise (verb) stain black to make it look like ebony Synonyms: ebonize

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