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extravert
n. person interested mostly in external objects and actions
facetious
adj. humorous adj. joking
extricate
vb. free vb. disentangle
facile
adj. easy adj. expert
exofficio
adj. by virtue of one's office
facade
n. front of the building
expatriate
n. exile n. someone who has withdrawn from his native land
facet
n. small plane surface (of a gem) n. side
expurgate
vb. clean vb. remove offensive parts of a book
extrude
vb. force or push out
extemporaneous
adj. not planned adj. impromptu
extrinsic
adj. external adj. foreign adj. not inherent
exorcise
vb. drive out evil spirits
exude
vb. give forth vb. unload
extant
adj. still in existence
exult
vb. rejoice
expertise
n. specialized knowledge n. expert skill
fabricate
vb. build vb. lie
expletive
n. part of speech uttering emotion n. profane oath
exuberant
adj. abundant adj. excessive adj. extravagant
exorbitant
adj. excessive
expiate
vb. make amends for (a sin)
expunge
vb. cancel vb. remove
exonerate
vb. free from charge vb. clear from blame
exodus
n. departure
expeditiously
adv. rapidly and efficiently
exploit
vb. make use of, sometimes unfairly
extort
n. wring from n. get money by threats, etc.
exiguous
adj. small adj. minute
exigency
n. urgent situation
explicit
adj. definite adj. open
exotic
adj. not native adj. strange
expatiate
vb. talk at length
extenuate
vb. weaken vb. move from one country to another
expostulation
n. act of pleading in protest
expediency
n. that which is advisable or practical
extol
vb. praise vb. give glory to
extradition
n. surrender of prisoner by one state to another
exploit
n. deed or action, particularly a brave deed
extraneous
adj. not important adj. external
extirpate
vb. root up