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Dialectical – relating to the logical discussion of ideas and opinions.
Dialysis – The process for flood purification when the kidneys malfunction.
Dilemma – A state of a person, who is asked to choose one of the two invulnerable things.
Dilemma – Situation requiring a choice between equally undesirable alternatives – perplexing problem.
Diminish – Make or become smaller.
Diminuendo – gradual decrease of something.
Dipsomania – Irresistible craving for alcoholic drinks.
Dissuade – Persuade not to do something.
Dividend – Sum payable as profit to an individual by a joint stock company.
Domicile – A place where one lives permanently.
Dorsal – Situated on bank.
Dynamo – The origin of electricity in a dynamo is the transformation of machanical energy into energy.
Ebullient – lively and cheerful.
Eccentric – That which is not placed centrally.
Eclectic – deriving ideas, style, or taste from a broad and diverse range of sources.
Eclogue – A pastoral poem.
Ecology – Study of plants or of animal or of people or of institutions in relation to environment.
Edible – That which is fit to be eaten.
Effeminate – (of a man) having characteristics regarded as typical of a woman; unmanly.
Egoism – Selfishness – opposed to altruism.
Egoism – Speaking too much of one self.
Egoist – One who speaks using I and me always.
Elastic – One which rescemes its normal shape and size after the stress is releases.
Elegiac – Expressing sorrow or lamentation.
Elegy – A lament for the dead.
Elixir – Not clerical.
Ellipsis – The omission from a sentence of a work or words that would compel the construction.
Embezzle – steal or misappropriate (money placed in one’s trust or belonging to the organization for which one works).
Emeritus – (of the former holder of an office, especially a university professor) having retired but allowed to retain their title as an honor.
Emetic – Inducing vomiting – something that induces vomiting.
Emollient – Soothing to living tissue.
Empiricism – the theory that all knowledge is based on experience derived from the senses.
Encomium – a speech or piece of writing that praises someone or something highly.
Encroach – Make inroads on others property.
Endemic – A disease which becomes prevalent in a particular area on account of its surroundings conditions.
Enduring – Long lasting.
Enjoin – Direct or order someone to do something.
Entomologist – One who studies about insects.
Ephemeral – Transitory – short lived – lasting a very short time.
Epicure – A person who is very fond of sensuous enjoyments.
Epicure – One who prefers sensual pleasures.
Epidemic – A disease which attacked many people in a particular area in one time.
Epilogue – A poem of speech at the end of the play.
Epilogue – A short speech at the end.
Epiphany – a moment of sudden and great revelation or realization.
Equanimity – Evenness of mind or temper.
Equinox – When days and nights are equal (March21 – September).
Esoteric – Known only a few – Reconcile.
Estuary – A broad channel formed by joining of the sea and river water.
Ethologist – One who studies the science of character.
Etiology – Study of causation.
Etymologist – One who studies derivations of words – history of linguistic change.
Eulogy – Speech or writing that praises – High praise – Encomium.
Euthanasia – Mercy killing painless death to relieve suffering.
Euthenics – Science of improving the environment.
Exaggerate – Describe a thing beyond limits of truth.
Exosphere – This is a outer most zone of the atmosphere and beings at about 40 miles above earth.
Exobiology – Science dealing with life or possibilities of life existing beyond the earth.
Exegesis – Critical explanation or interpretation.
Exemplary – Fit to be
Exodus – Departure – Emigration (Usually of a large number of people).
Exonerate – Free from blame – Exculpate.
Explicit – Fully and clearly expressed.
Extempore – Speech delivered without any preparation.
Extinguish – To put an end to.