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English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO & Other exams

Endive: species of leafy plant used in salads
Example: [the salad contained endive]

Endocrinologist: one who studies glands of internal secretion

Endorse:
approve
Example: [expected to endorse these recommendations]

Endowment:
gift property
Example: [The school has received an endowment of a million rupees to buy new books for the library]

Endue:
provide with some quality
Example: [he was endued with a lion’s courage]

Endurance:
ability to withstand hardships
Example: [a test of human endurance]

Endure:
suffer
Example: [We had to endure a nine-hour delay at the airport]

Energize:
make forceful and active invigorate

Enervate:
sap strength from weaken
Example: [If absence and remoteness do not destroy friendship, they attenuate or exhaust it, they enervate it]

Enervated:
indolent, drained, languid, faint, lacking energy
Example: [Heat waves make many people feel enervated and lethargic]

Enfranchise:
liberate

Engaging:
charming enchanting
Example: [an engaging smile]

Engender:
to produce generate
Example: [Her latest book has engendered a lot of controversy]

Engrave:
cut in, carve, cut symbols onto a hard surface, scratch, impress deeply
Example: [In some faces time seems to engrave lines delicately, once for all, and then lay by]

Engross:
captivate
Example: [He was engrossed in his studies]

Engulf:
overwhelm
Example: [The flames rapidly engulfed the house]

Enhance:
improve
Example: [plants enhance the beauty of any place]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Enigma: A riddle
Example: [She is a bit of an enigma]

Enigmatic:
inexplicable puzzling
Example: [The Mona Lisa has a famously enigmatic smile]

Enjoin:
order, urge, command
Example: [We were all enjoined to be on our best behavior]

Enkindle:
ignite, inflame, arouse passion, provoke, excite
Example: [As may be seen, the mine was charged: a spark would be sufficient to enkindle an immense fire. to enkindle the imagination of the reader]

Enlighten:
inform
Example: [Swami Vivekananda became enlightened]

Enlist:
join
Example: [enlist the support of local politicians]

Enmity:
animosity, hatred, antagonism, hostility, unfriendliness
Example: [“I think her friendship more to be dreaded than her enmity,” replied Belinda]

Ennoble:
honor, distinguish, dignify, elevate, exalt
Example: [Justice must, indeed, be a great virtue, when its very shadow can ennoble human nature]

Ennui:
lack of interest and energy boredom
Example: [ennui of winter]

Enormity:
tragic, large, state of being gigantic or terrible
Example: [enormity of the situation]

Enrage:
To infuriate.

Enrapture:
please intensely
Example: [the audience was enraptured by the freshness of the voices]

Ensconce:
settle comfortably to hide safely
Example: [After dinner, I ensconced myself in a deep armchair with a book]

Enshrine:
To keep sacred.

Ensnare:
trap, catch, entangle
Example: [Indeed, the local banks urged such “investments,” invited people with property to borrow, laid traps to ensnare them]

Ensorceled ):

Ensorcelled (Or:
Ensue: follow immediately
Example: [The police officer said that he had placed the man under arrest and that a scuffle had ensued]

Entail:
To involve; necessitate.
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Enterprise: undertaking
Example: [a commercial enterprise]

Enthrall:
To bring or hold under any overmastering influence.

Enthrall (Enthral):
to captivate, mesmerize, enchant
Example: [The cricket match completely enthralled the crowd]

Enthuse:
To yield to or display intense and rapturous feeling.

Entice:
to lure or tempt
Example: [entice the customer into buying things]

Entirety:
A complete thing.

Entity:
existence being
Example: [separate legal entities]

Entomology:
the study of insects
Example: [professor of entomology]

Entourage:
assemblage
Example: [entourage of dancers]

Entrails:
intestines, guts, bowels
Example: [He said he felt as if an electric battery had come in contact with his entrails]

Entrance:
carry away with emotion put under a spell
Example: [he was entranced by the stage magician]

Entreat:
beg plead
Example: [parents spent time entreating the child to eat vegetable]

Entreaty:
appeal, plea, request
Example: [The entreaty in the eyes almost melted him, but he said no more. Time softened his vexation, but Gregory still repulsed his father’s repeated entreaties to return to his home to solace his closing days]

Entree:
entrance
Example: [because of his wealth, he had entrée into the most exclusive circles]

Entree (Or:

Entrée ): Access; Admittance; Entrance; Admission; Main Dish Of A Meal: This gave Ben an opportunity to make his first entree into politics.

Entrench:
establish fortify
Example: [It’s very difficult to change attitudes that have become so deeply entrenched over the years]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


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