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druxey

dupaix

duplex

earwax

efflux

efflux

Noun

  1. The process of flowing out.
  2. That which has flowed out.

Verb

  1. To run out.
  2. To flow forth.
  3. To pass away.

elixed

elixir

empexa

ethoxy

ethoxy

Noun

  1. The univalent radical CH3CH2O- derived from ethanol

Adjective

  1. Describing any compound derived from this radical

eutaxy

eutaxy

Noun

  1. Good or established order or arrangement.

euxine

euxine

Proper noun

  1. Black Sea

evreux

exacta

exacta

Noun

  1. A bet in which the bettor must correctly pick the two runners who finish first and second, in the correct order.

exacts

exacum

exalte

exalts

examen

exarch

exarch

Noun

  1. In the Byzantine Empire, a governor of a distant province.
  2. In the Eastern Christian Churches, the deputy of a patriarch, or a bishop who holds authority over other bishops without being a patriarch.
  3. In these same churches, a bishop appointed over a group of the faithful not yet large enough or organized enough to constitute an eparchy or diocese.

exaudi

excamb

excamb

Verb

  1. To exchange; used with reference to transfers of land.

excave

exceed

exceed

Verb

  1. To be larger, greater than (something).
  2. To be better than (something).
  3. To go beyond (some limit); to surpass, outstrip or transcend.
  4. To predominate.
  5. To go too far; to be excessive.

excels

except

except

Verb

  1. To exclude; to specify as being an exception.
  2. To take exception, to object (to or against).

Preposition

  1. With the exception of; but.

Conjunction

  1. With the exception (that); used to introduce a clause, phrase or adverb forming an exception or qualification to something previously stated.
  2. Unless; used to introduce a hypothetical case in which an exception may exist.

excern

excern

Verb

  1. excrete; give off

excerp

excerp

Verb

  1. To pick out.

excess

excess

Noun

  1. The state of surpassing or going beyond limits; the being of a measure beyond sufficiency, necessity, or duty; that which exceeds what is usual or proper; immoderateness; superfluity; superabundance; extravagance
  2. The degree or amount by which one thing or number exceeds another; remainder.
  3. An undue indulgence of the appetite; transgression of proper moderation in natural gratifications; intemperance; dissipation.
  4. Spherical excess, the amount by which the sum of the three angles of a spherical triangle exceeds two right angles. The spherical excess is proportional to the area of the triangle.
  5. A condition on an insurance policy by which the insured pays for a part of the claim.

Adjective

  1. More than is normal, necessary or specified.

Verb

  1. To declare (an employee) surplus to requirements, such that he or she might not be given work.

excide

excide

Verb

  1. To cut off.

excise

excite

exclam

excoct

excoct

Verb

  1. To extract a material by boiling

excuse

excuss

excuss

Verb

  1. To shake off.
  2. To examine (a document).
  3. To decipher.
  4. To seize and detain by law.
  5. To proceed against a principal debtor where there are either joint debtors or debtors and sureties.

excyst

exedra

exedra

Noun

  1. A semicircular recess, with stone benches, used as a place for discussion.
  2. A curved bench with a high back.

exempt

exempt

Adjective

  1. Free from a duty or obligation.
  2. Not entitled to overtime pay when working overtime.
  3. Cut off; set apart.
  4. Extraordinary; exceptional.

Noun

  1. One who has been released from something.
  2. A type of French police officer.
  3. One of four officers of the Yeomen of the Royal Guard, having the rank of corporal; an exon.

Verb

  1. To grant (someone) freedom or immunity

exequy

exequy

Noun

  1. Funeral rites.

exerce

exerts

exeter

exeter

Proper noun

  1. A city in Devon, south west England.
  2. A city in California, United States.
  3. A village in Illinois, United States.
  4. A town in Maine, United States.
  5. A city in Missouri, United States.
  6. A village in Nebraska, United States.
  7. A town in New Hampshire, United States.
  8. A village in New South Wales, Australia.
  9. A town in New York, United States.
  10. A borough in Pennsylvania, United States.
  11. A town in Rhode Island, United States.
  12. A town in Tasmania, Australia.
  13. A town in Wisconsin, United States.

exeunt

exeunt

Noun

  1. A stage direction for more than one actor to leave the stage.
  2. An act of one or more actors leaving the stage.

Verb

  1. They leave the stage (a stage direction to two or more actors, the plural counterpart of exit).

exhale

exhort

exhort

Verb

  1. To urge; to advise earnestly.

exhume

exiled

exiler

exiler

Noun

  1. One who exiles.

exiles

exilic

exilic

Adjective

  1. Of or pertaining to exile.

exines

exists

exited

exitus

exline

exmoor

exmoor

Proper noun

  1. A national park in Devon and Somerset, southern England.

Noun

  1. One of a breed of horned sheep of Devonshire, England, with white legs and face and black nostrils.
  2. One of a breed of ponies native to the Exmoor district.

exmore

exodic

exodic

Adjective

  1. Conducting influences from the spinal cord outward; said of the motor or efferent nerves.

exodoi

exodos

exodus

exogen

exogen

Noun

  1. A plant characterized by wood, bark and pith, the wood forming a layer between the other two, and growth only occurring on the outside.

exolve

exolve

Verb

  1. To loose.
  2. To pay.

exomis

exoner

exonic

exonic

Adjective

  1. Of or pertaining to an exon.

exonym

exopod

exopod

Noun

  1. The outer ramus of a biramous limb of a crustacean

exotic

expand

expand

Verb

  1. To change (something) from a smaller form and/or size to a larger one.
  2. To increase the extent, number, volume or scope of (something).
  3. To express (something) at length and/or in detail.
  4. To rewrite (an expression) as a longer, yet equivalent sum of terms.
  5. To multiply both the numerator and the denominator of a fraction by the same natural number yielding a fraction of equal value
  6. To (be) change(d) from a smaller form/size to a larger one.
  7. To (be) increase(d) in extent, number, volume or scope.
  8. To speak or write at length or in detail.
  9. To feel generous or optimistic.

expect

expect

Verb

  1. To look for (mentally); to look forward to, as to something that is believed to be about to happen or come; to have a previous apprehension of, whether of good or evil; to look for with some confidence; to anticipate; -- often followed by an infinitive, sometimes by a clause (with, or without, that).
  2. To consider obligatory or required.
  3. To consider reasonably due.
  4. To be pregnant, to consider a baby due.
  5. To wait for; to await.
  6. To wait; to stay.

expede

expede

Verb

  1. To hasten or expedite

expels

expend

expend

Verb

  1. to consume, exhaust
  2. to spend, disburse

expert

expire

expiry

expiry

Noun

  1. end, termination, expiration
  2. death

explat

expone

export

expose

expugn

expugn

Verb

  1. To take by storm; capture.

exsect

exsect

Verb

  1. To cut out or away; to remove by exsection.

exsert

exsert

Verb

  1. To thrust out; to cause to protrude.

Adjective

  1. Standing out; projecting beyond some other part.

exship

extant

extant

Adjective

  1. Still in existence.
  2. Currently existing; not having disappeared.
  3. Still alive; not extinct.

extend

extend

Verb

  1. To increase in extent.
  2. To possess a certain extent.
  3. To cause to increase in extent.
  4. To cause to last for a longer period of time.
  5. To straighten (a limb).
  6. To bestow; to offer; to impart; to apply.
  7. To increase in quantity by weakening or adulterating additions.
  8. To value, as lands taken by a writ of extent in satisfaction of a debt; to assign by writ of extent.
  9. Of a class: to be an extension or subtype of, or to be based on, a prototype or a more abstract class.

extent

extent

Noun

  1. A range of values or locations.
  2. The space, area, volume, etc., to which something extends.
  3. A contiguous area of storage in a file system.

Adjective

  1. Extended.

extern

extern

Noun

  1. A person affiliated with an institution in a lesser capacity, for example, as a non-resident or as a part-time affiliate.
  2. Outward form or part; exterior.

Adjective

  1. External; outward; not inherent

extill

extill

Verb

  1. To drop or distill.

extima

extime

extine

extine

Noun

  1. The outer membrane of the grains of pollen of flowering plants.

extirp

extirp

Verb

  1. To extirpate.

extoll

extols

extort

extort

Verb

  1. To take or seize off an unwilling person by physical force, menace, duress, torture, or any undue or illegal exercise of power or ingenuity
  2. To obtain by means of the offense of extortion.
  3. To twist outwards.

extras

extund

exturb

exuded

exudes

exults

exurbs

exurge

exuvia

exuvia

Noun

  1. The remains of an exoskeleton that is left after an insect, crustacean or arachnid has molted.

faxing

fixage

fixate

fixate

Verb

  1. To make something fixed and stable; to fix.
  2. To stare fixedly at something.
  3. To attend to something to the exclusion of all others.
  4. To attach oneself to a person or thing in a pathological or neurotic manner.

fixers

fixgig

fixing

fixing

Noun

  1. The act of subverting (fixing) a vote.
  2. Something to aid attachment during construction
  3. See fixings.

Verb

  1. Going; preparing; ready. used in.

fixion

fixity

fixity

Noun

  1. The state or condition of being fixed.
  2. Something fixed.
  3. The position of an operator relative to its operand (prefix, postfix) or operands (infix).

fixive

fixive

Adjective

  1. fixative

fixups

fixure

fixure

Noun

  1. Fixed position; stable condition; firmness.

flaxen

flaxen

Adjective

  1. Made of or resembling flax fibers.
  2. A pale yellow brown; the colour of dried flax stalks and of the fiber obtained therefrom.

flaxes

flexed

flexes

flexor

flexor

Noun

  1. A muscle whose contraction acts to bend a joint or limb.

fluxed

fluxer

fluxes

forfex

forfex

Noun

  1. A pair of shears.

fornax

fornix

fornix

Noun

  1. An archlike structure or fold.
  2. Specifically, the arched bundle of fibres or axons at the base of the brain.

foxery

foxery

Noun

  1. cunning behavior; trickery; deceit

foxier

foxily

foxily

Adverb

  1. In a foxy manner.

foxing

foxing

Noun

  1. The discolouration of printed material with brown marks.
  2. A band of material joining the upper of a shoe to the sole.

foxish

foxish

Adjective

  1. Like or characteristic of a fox; foxlike; sly.

foxite

foxite

Noun

  1. A Whig following the political philosophy of

foxton

fraxin

fraxin

Noun

  1. A colourless crystalline substance, regarded as a glucoside, found in the bark of the ash (Fraxinus) and along with esculin in the bark of the horse-chestnut. It is faintly fluorescent in alkaline solutions.

frutex

frutex

Noun

  1. A plant with a woody, durable stem, but less than a tree; a shrub.

galaxy

haddix

hallex

hallux

hallux

Noun

  1. The big toe

hatbox

hatbox

Noun

  1. A piece of luggage for a hat; a case or box for a hat.

haxtun

haybox

haybox

Noun

  1. A chest insulated with a layer of hay, formerly used to keep food hot.

hexace

hexact

hexadd

hexade

hexade

Noun

  1. A series of six numbers.

hexads

hexane

hexdra

hexene

hexene

Noun

  1. Any of several isomers of the alkene having six carbon atoms and one double bond

hexers

hexine

hexine

Noun

  1. A hydrocarbon, C6H10, of the acetylene series; hexoylene.

hexing

hexing

Noun

  1. The act of casting a hex or curse.

hexode

hexode

Noun

  1. a thermionic valve containing two triodes; was used in superheterodyne radio receivers