Words starting with E

Excursion meaning

Noun: excursion Pronunciation: (ik’skur-zhun or ek’skur-zhun or ik’skur-shun) Excursion meaning: A journey taken for pleasure Synonyms: jaunt, outing, junket, pleasure trip, expedition, sashay Wandering from the main path of a journey Synonyms: digression Derived forms: …

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Eyry meaning

Noun: eyry Eyry meaning: The lofty nest of a bird of prey (such as a hawk or eagle) Synonyms: aerie, aery, eyrie  Any habitation at a high altitude Synonyms: aerie, aery, eyrie Quotations: Sir Walter …

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Exultant meaning

jubilant meaning

Adjective: exultant Pronunciation:(ig’zúl-t(u)nt) Exultant meaning: Joyful and proud especially because of triumph or success Synonyms: exulting, jubilant, prideful, rejoicing, triumphal, triumphant Quotations: Jack London – He was mastered by the sheer surging of life, the …

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Elan meaning

zeal meaning

Noun: elan Pronunciation: (eylan or elan) Elan meaning: A feeling of strong eagerness (usually in favour of a person or cause) Distinctive and stylish elegance Enthusiastic and assured vigor and liveliness Synonyms: ardor, ardour, zeal, panache, style Derived forms: elans Quotations: General George …

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Enamoured meaning

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Adjective: enamoured Usage in United States: enamored Pronunciation: (i’na-mu(r)d) Enamoured meaning or enamored meaning: Marked by foolish or unreasoning fondness. To inflame with love or to feel a strong or excessive interest or fascination. Synonyms: …

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Eaves meaning

eaves meaning

Noun: eaves Pronunciation: (eevz) Eaves meaning: The overhang at the lower edge of a roof. Synonyms or related words: cornice, pelmet, valance Quotations: Ambrose Bierce – A rain-spout projecting from the eaves of medieval buildings, …

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Enervate meaning

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Verb: enervate Pronunciation: (‘e-nu(r),veyt) Enervate meaning: to destroy the mental or moral vigor of weaken or cause to feel drained of energy and relax the courage of man, rather than to give strength and energy …

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Eyrie meaning or Aerie meaning


Noun: eyrie Pronunciation: (i-u-ree) Eyrie meaning: Large nest of a bird of prey (example:- eagle or hawk or vulture ) on a cliff. Synonyms : aerie, eyry, aery Origin : Medieval Latin Quotations: J.R.R.Tolkien – …

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