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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

Erupt: burst forth
Example: [the volcano erupted]

Escalate: intensify
Example: [His financial problems escalated after he became unemployed]

Escapade:
adventure
Example: [Her latest escapade]

Eschew:
to abstain from avoid
Example: [We won’t have discussions with this group unless they eschew violence]

Escutcheon:
shield-shaped surface on which coat of arms is placed
Example: [his traitorous acts placed a blot on his family escutcheon]

Esoteric:
known by only a few
Example: [an esoteric collection]

Espionage:
observation, surveillance, reconnaissance
Example: [the government developed a system of espionage]

Espouse:
to support or advocate
Example: [she espouses vegetarianism]

Esprit De Corps:
a deep loyalty of members towards the group
Example: [the NCC cadets are proud of their esprit de corps]

Esquire:
attendant, courtesy title, companion, nobleman
Example: [You seem in a sorry plight, without a groom or esquire to help you]

Essence:
most essential part, extract, basic feature, gist
Example: [the essence of love]

Esteem:
respect
Example: [held in high esteem]

Esthetic:
Pertaining to beauty taste or the fine arts.

Esthetic ( Also Aesthetic): Artistic; Appealing; Beautiful; Pleasing; Concerning The Appreciation Of Beauty; Tasteful:
the aesthetic value of a painting
Example: [the aesthetic appreciation of art]

Estimable:
reputable, worthy, admirable, respectable, calculable
Example: [estimable qualities]

Estrange:
To alienate.

Estranged:
separated alienated
Example: [the estranged wife sought a divorce]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Et Cetera: (Latin.) And so forth.

Eternal:
endless
Example: [eternal arguing]

Ethereal:
airy, light, delicate spiritual
Example: [ethereal beauty]

Ethical:
moral conforming to accepted standards of behavior
Example: [ethical problems]

Ethnic:
tribal racial
Example: [ethnic groups]

Ethnography:
the scientific study of human societies
Example: [the ethnography of New Mexico]

Ethnology:
study of humankind
Example: [sociology is one aspect of the science of ethnology]

Ethos:
the distinguishing spirit or beliefs of a person or culture, character
Example: [It is “ethical” or “moral” in the sense of conforming to the ethos or mores of the group. a company‚Äôs ethos]

Etiquette:
manners
Example: [social etiquette]

Etymology:
study of words
Example: [an interest in etymology]

Eugenic:
Relating to the development and improvement of race
Example: [eugenic principles are applied to animal breeding]

Eulogistic:
praising
Example: [the speech was eulogistic rather than critical in tone]

Eulogize:
To speak or write a laudation of a person’s life or character.

Eulogy:
high praise
Example: [The song was a eulogy to the joys of traveling]

Euphemism:
genteel expression
Example: [Passed away” is a euphemism for “died]

Euphonious:
pleasing in sound
Example: [many Indian languages are euphonious languages]

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


Euphoria: feeling of well-being or happiness elation
Example: [in a state of euphoria]

Eureka:
exclamation of joy when one overcomes a problem or gains illuminating insight into something, “I have found it
Example: [“,]

Euthanasia:
mercy-killing
Example: [campaign for the right to euthanasia]

Evade:
to avoid
Example: [don’t evade taxes]

Evanesce:
evaporate, disappear, vanish, dissipate, fade away
Example: [He watched the ground evanesce as they flew into the sky]

Evanescent:
very brief, fleeting, short-lived
Example: [evanescent fame]

Evangelical:
proselytizing
Example: [the Evangelical movement]

Evangelist:
A preacher who goes from place to place holding services.

Evasion:
dodging, avoidance, misrepresentation, skirting
Example: [He was convicted for tax evasion]

Evasive:
elusive
Example: [evasive replies]

Eventful:
momentous
Example: [an eventful journey]

Eventual:
Ultimate.

Evict:
to put out or force out
Example: [Tenants who fall behind in their rent risk being evicted]

Evince:
demonstrate, attest, to show clearly
Example: [They have never evinced any readiness or ability to negotiate]

Eviscerate:
disembowel
Example: [the medicine man eviscerated the animal and offered the entails to the gods]

Evoke:
to produce a reaction draw forth
Example: [evoke memories of childhood]
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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