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duplicity
double-dealing; hypocrisy
ebb
recede; lessen
ebullient
showing excitement; overflowing w/ enthusiasm
eclectic
choosing from various sources, made of different sources
eclipse
darken; extinguish; surpass
effervescence
inner excitement or exuberance; bubbling from fermentation or carbonation
egregious
notorious; infamous; shocking; well known
elicit
draw out; call forth
elucidate
explain; enlighten
elusive
evasive; fabbling; hard to grasp
emanate
issue forth
empathy
ability to identify with another's feelings
empirical
based on experience
emulate
imitate; rival
encumber
burden
engross
occupy fully
enigma
puzzle; mystery
entice
lure; attract; tempt
enumerate
list; mention one by one
erode
eat away
eschew
avoid, shun
esoteric
understood/ belonging to a select few, private, secret
espouse
adopt; support
estranged
separated; alienated
ethereal
light; heavenly; unusually refined
euphemism
mild expression used in place of an unpleasant one
euphonious
pleasing in sound
eventuality
possible occurrence
evocative
tending to call up emotions, memories
exacting
extremely demanding
exculpate
clear from blame
exonerate
acquit; exculpate
expedite
to speed up the progress of/ hasten, accomplish promptly, dispatch
explicate
explain; elucidate; interpret; clarify
explicit
totally clear; definite; outspoken
exploit
make use of, sometimes unjustly
fallible
liable to err
farce
broad comedy; mockery
fastidious
difficult to please; demanding
fawning
seeking favor by cringing and flattering; obsequious
feint
trick; shift; sham blow
ferment
agitation; commotion
fester
provoke keen irritation or resentment
fetter
shackle
fiery
easily provoked; passionate; burning
finesse
delicate skill
firebrand
hothead; troublemaker
fissure
crevice
fitful
spasmodic; intermittent
flippant
lacking proper seriousness/ friviously disrespectful