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error a mistake in thought or action; something that is wrong.
erupt to break or burst out suddenly. [2 definitions]
eruption the act or process of erupting.
escalator a set of stairs that moves by means of a belt drive. An escalator carries people between floors of large buildings, such as department stores, airports, or train stations.
escape to get free. [5 definitions]
escort a person or group of people who travel with someone to protect, guide, or guard that person, or to show respect. [3 definitions]
Eskimo an old-fashioned word used for a member of any of the native peoples of northern Canada, Alaska, Greenland, and northeastern Russia. Most of the people of these northern regions are Inuits.
esophagus a tube that moves food from the mouth to the stomach of an animal.
especially more than usually; to a great degree. [3 definitions]
espionage the act of spying to collect information.
essay a short piece of writing that gives the writer's ideas, feelings, and opinions on a particular subject.
essence that which makes something what it is; central nature. [2 definitions]
essential necessary, needed. [3 definitions]
essentially at the core; when the most important part is considered.
-est a suffix used to change the form of many adjectives and adverbs to make them express the idea of "most."
establish to successfully start or make something that did not exist before. [2 definitions]
establishment the act of establishing. [3 definitions]
estate a piece of land with a large house on it. [2 definitions]
esteem to have a high opinion of; respect; honor. [2 definitions]
estimate to make a careful guess about the amount, size, or worth of. [2 definitions]
estimated resulting from a careful guess rather than exact counting or calculation.