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encomium
praise
engender
to cause
enhance
to increase
enigma
puzzle
enjoin
to prohibit
ephemeral
short-lived
epicure
lover of good living
epitaph
writing on a tombstone
epitome
abstract, summary; embodiment
equable
calm; uniform
equitable
just, fair
equivocal
uncertain, obscure
erotic
relating to or dealing with sexual love
erratic
wandering
erudite
a learned person; scholarly
esoteric
relating to knowledge
ethical
accepted standards of conduct
eulogy
high praise of a person or thing
exacerbate
to make more violent, bitter, or severe
excise
to remove by cutting out
exculpate
to clear from blame; vindicate
execration
to denounce; curse
exigency
urgency
exonerate
to free from blame; acquit, absolve
exotic
strikingly different
expatiate
to wander
expectorate
to spit
expedient
advisable under the circumstances
expiate
to atone for
expound
interpret, to explain in detail
expunge
obliterate, erase
extant
still existing, not destroyed or left
extol
to praise highly: glorify
extradite
to surrender a prisoner to another authority
extraneous
not belonging; irrelevant
extricate
to free
extrinsic
not an essential part
fabricate
invent; to make up for the sake of deception
facade
the front of a building; a false, or artificial appearance
facetious
joking often inappropriately
facile
easily accomplished, handled, or attained
factitious
artificial
fastidious
overly difficult to please
fatuous
foolish
feasible
capable of being done or carried out
fecund
fruitful; fertile
felicity
great happiness
ferret
to drive out of a hiding place
fervent
very hot: glowing
fetish
an object believed to have magical powers