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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

Entrepreneur: businessman
Example: [he left the job to become an entrepreneur]

Entwine: To interweave.

Enumerate:
list, count, itemize
Example: [enumerate the contents]

Enunciate:
articulate verbalize
Example: [He doesn’t enunciate very clearly]

Enviable:
desirable
Example: [in the enviable position]

Environ:
surround in medieval days enclose
Example: [in old times, Delhi was environed by a wall]

Envision:
imagine
Example: [When do you envision finishing the project]

Envoy:
messenger
Example: [a United Nations special envoy]

Epaulet:
shoulder adornment (on uniforms)
Example: [It was not the hero I admired, but the reflection from his epaulet or helmet]

Ephemeral:
momentary, short-lived, fleeting
Example: [his fame was ephemeral]

Epic:
majestic
Example: [a talk of epic proportions]

Epicure:
person with refined taste in food and wine gourmet
Example: [epicures frequent his restaurant because of exotic food]

Epicurean:
ministering, Indulging, or related to daintiness of appetite
Example: [this famous restaurant can cater to the most exotic whims of the epicurean]

Epicycloid:
A curve traced by a point on the circumference of a circle which rolls upon another circle.

Epidemic:
spreading rapidly
Example: [a flu epidemic]

Epidermis:
outermost layer of the skin
Example: [The complete peeling off of the epidermis shows the true cause of the disease]

Epigram:
short, saying, witty saying or poem
Example: [a frequently quoted epigram]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Epilogue: The close of a narrative or poem
Example: [many did not remain to hear the epilogue]

Episode:
incident
Example: [an episode of a TV serial]

Episodic:
occasional, irregular, which is divided into episodes, interrupted
Example: [an episodic television production]

Epitaph:
a short piece of writing about a dead person
Example: [he dictated the epitaph he wanted placed on his tomb]

Epithet:
appellation, name, phrase
Example: [The singer’s 104-kilo frame has earned him the epithet of ‘Man Mountain’ in the press]

Epitome:
A simplified representation
Example: [she is the epitome of Indian elegance]

Epizootic:
Prevailing among animals.

Epoch:
era
Example: [new epoch]

Epode:
A species of lyric poems.

Equable:
even-tempered
Example: [an equable climate]

Equanimity:
calmness composure
Example: [he replied with equanimity]

Equestrian:
one who rides on horseback
Example: [equestrian events]

Equilibrium:
A state of balance
Example: [the country’s economic equilibrium]

Equine:
pertaining to horses
Example: [equine flu]

Equinox:
the time when the day and night are equal in length

Equipage:
horse-drawn carriage
Example: [the equipage drew up before the inn]

Equipoise:
balancing force, balance, equilibrium
Example: [the high wire acrobat used his pole as an equipoise]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Equitable: fair
Example: [a fair and equitable voting system]

Equity:
justice impartiality
Example: [based on equity and social justice]

Equivocal:
open to two interpretations Ambiguous
Example: [deliberately equivocal]

Equivocate:
make intentionally ambiguous
Example: [She accused the minister of equivocating]

Era:
period of time
Example: [the Gandhi era]

Eradicate:
abolish
Example: [eradicate poverty]

Eradication:
extermination, annihilation, destruction, extinction, obliteration
Example: [Where the disease is most deeply seated, there it will be slowest in eradication]

Eremitic:
of a solitary person, relating to living alone, reclusive
Example: [eremitic life]

Erode:
to diminish wear away
Example: [The cliffs are eroding several feet a year, erode confidence in his judgment]

Erotic:
related to passionate love
Example: [an erotic novel]

Err:
misjudge mistake
Example: [He erred in agreeing to her appointment]

Errant:
mistaken wandering
Example: [an errant husband]

Erratic:
constantly changing
Example: [erratic power supply]

Erroneous:
in error mistaken
Example: [an erroneous answer]

Erudite:
learned
Example: [erudite guest]

Erudition:
Extensive knowledge of
Example: [they respected his erudition]
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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