Found 173 articles starting with E:

exhaust - correct spelling

exhaust noun and verb
Example: The car’s exhaust fouled the air. noun
Example: We wi...

exhausted - correct spelling

exhausted adjective and verb (past tense and past participle of the verb exhaust)Example: He was ...

exhaustion - correct spelling

exhaustion noun
Example: The athlete’s exhaustion caused him to faint....

exhilarate - correct spelling

exhilarate verb
Example: The enthusiastic speaker will exhilarate the crowd....

exhilaration - correct spelling

exhilaration noun
Example: The spectators applauded with exhilaration....

existence - correct spelling

existence noun
Not existance.Example: They worked for a better existence....

existent - correct spelling

existent adjective
Example: He searched for any existent errors in the document....

exorbitant - correct spelling

exorbitant adjective
Example: The exorbitant fees prompted us to find a new accountant....

expense - correct spelling

expense noun and verb
Example: The cost of his computer was a legitimate business expense. noun...

experience - correct spelling

experience noun
Example: She lacks the necessary experience for the position....

experiment - correct spelling

experiment noun and verb
Example: The experiment proved the force of gravity. noun
Example: ...

expiate - vocabulary

verb
To atone for, to make amends for, as in to expiate his crimes. “Dolly!” he said, sobbing now; “for mercy's sake, think of the children; they are not to blame! I am to blame, and punish me, make...

explanation - correct spelling

explanation noun
Example: He has no adequate explanation for the company’s loss....

explicate - vocabulary

verb
To make clear or plain; to explain, interpret; to develop a theory or principle. "This book is about life as it is interpreted by books," Edward Mendelson begins. He takes as his subjects Birth, Childho...

Explicit vs. Implicit

Th...

explicit, implicit

The word explicit means “fully and clearly expressed; leaving nothing implied.” It also means “readily observable,” as in an explicit sign of success. And, of course, explicit...

Expresso vs. Espresso

Coffee lovers have a special relationship with a certain type of concentrated, highly caffeinated coffee cal...

extenuate - vocabulary

verb
To diminish the gravity or importance of an offense, fault, or crime; to underestimate, make light of, underrate.Note: The present parti...

Extortion vs. Blackmail

Do...

extreme - correct spelling

extreme adjective
Example: He answered the door with extreme hostility....

extremely - correct spelling

extremely adverb
Grammar.com's section on the Parts of Speech discusses the demise of -ly adverbs. Click here for that dis...

extricate - vocabulary

verb
To release or free from entanglement, to disengage, usually from a situation. Tell a man whose house is on fire to give a moderate alarm; tell him to moderately rescue his wife from the hands of the rav...

exuberance - correct spelling

exuberance adjective
Example: “But how do we know when irrational exuberance has unduly escalated asset values, which then become subject to un...

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