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endure to bear up under or function in spite of. [2 definitions]
enemy one who hates or wants to harm another. [3 definitions]
energetic full of energy; active.
energy the power or ability to make something work or be active. [3 definitions]
enforce to put in force; make people obey.
enforcement the act or process of enforcing.
Eng. abbreviation of "England," or "English."
engage to get or use the service of; hire. [4 definitions]
engaged keeping a promise and plan of marriage.
engagement the act of engaging or state of being engaged. [3 definitions]
engine a machine that uses energy from fuel or electricity to do work, such as to move. [2 definitions]
engineer one who is trained in the use or design of machines or engines, or in other technologies. [2 definitions]
engineering the study and practice of using scientific and mathematical knowledge to do practical things. Knowledge of engineering is needed to design and build roads, bridges, tools, and machines.
England the largest country on the island of Great Britain.
English of or having to do with England, or its people. [4 definitions]
English horn a woodwind instrument that looks like the oboe but is larger and lower in tone.
Englishman a man who was born in or is a citizen of England.
Englishwoman a woman who was born in or is a citizen of England.
engrave to cut a design or lettering into. [2 definitions]
engraving the act, art, or procedure of carving into a surface or engraving. [2 definitions]
engross to take all the attention of; interest fully.