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enunciate to speak or pronounce in a clear voice.
envelop to cover, wrap, enclose, or surround.
envelope a folded paper covering or container usually used to mail letters.
enviable worthy of being wanted or envied.
envious showing or feeling envy or desire for what another has.
environment the things and conditions that are all around one. [3 definitions]
environmental of or having to do with the surroundings of something, especially the natural surroundings.
envy a feeling of wanting what someone else has. [3 definitions]
enzyme a protein that helps a chemical reaction take place within a living thing.
eon a very long period of time.
epic having to do with a long poem that tells the story of a hero or heroine. [3 definitions]
epicenter the point on the earth's surface directly above the central source of an earthquake.
epidemic an outbreak of disease that spreads rapidly to many people in one area.
epilepsy a nervous system disorder that causes convulsions and unconsciousness.
episode one event in a series of events in a person's life or a story.
epoch an important period in human history.
equal having the same value, measure, or amount as something else. [4 definitions]
equality the condition, fact, or quality of being equal.
equally in an equal or like manner. [2 definitions]
equation a statement in arithmetic that uses an equal sign to show the equality of two quantities.
equator the imaginary circle around the earth that is halfway between the North and South Poles. The equator is represented by a line that goes around the middle of a globe.