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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 bring into being; to found. [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.
estimation a careful guess or opinion based on experience and information.
Estonia an East European country bordered by the Baltic Sea, Russia, and Latvia. The capital of Estonia is Tallinn.
estuary the wide part of a river's lower end, where it meets the sea.
Eswatini a country in southeastern Africa between South Africa and Mozambique. Eswatini used to be known as Swaziland. The capital is Mbabane.
etc. an abbreviation for et cetera.
et cetera and others of the same kind; and the like; and so forth. "Et cetera" is Latin for "and others." (abbreviated: etc.)
etch to create a picture, design or lettering on a hard surface such as glass or metal by removing parts of the surface with acid.
etching a print made by using an etched metal plate.
eternal having no beginning or end; lasting always and forever. [2 definitions]
eternity time without beginning or end; all of the past, present, and future. [2 definitions]
ether a liquid that makes a person unable to think, feel, or move. Ether burns easily, has a strong smell, and was once used in medicine to make people unconscious during surgery.
Ethiopia a country in eastern Africa near the Red Sea. Addis Ababa is the capital of Ethiopia.
Ethiopian of or having to do with the country of Ethiopia or its people, culture, language, or the like. [2 definitions]