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Section 5: Words Starting with E. each. e . a . c . h . each. each means to

or from every one of two or more (considered individually). They received $10 each.

each other. each other. each other means each member of a group does something to the others

or has a particular connection with the others. We can wear each other's clothes.

eager. e . a . g . e . r . eager. eager means having or showing keen interest or intense

desire or impatient expectancy. Eager to travel abroad.

ear. e . a . r . ear. ears ears are the two parts of your body that you hear with. She

tucked her hair behind her ears. early. e . a . r . l . y . early. early means

at or near the beginning of a period of time or course of events or before the usual or

expected time. An early spring. earn. e . a . r . n . earn. earn means earn

on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages. She earns a lot in

her new job earth. e . a . r . t . h . earth. earth is

the loose soft material that makes up a large part of the land surface. They dug into the

earth outside the church. ease. e . a . s . e . ease. ease means freedom

from difficulty or hardship or effort. He rose through the ranks with apparent ease.

east. e . a . s . t . east. east means situated in or facing or moving toward the east. A

low line of hills running along the east coast. eastern. e . a . s . t . e . r . n . eastern.

eastern means lying toward or situated in the east. The eastern end of the island.

easy. e . a . s . y . easy. easy means posing no difficulty; requiring little effort. Took

the easy way out of his dilemma. easily. e . a . s . i . l . y . easily. easily

means with ease easy is sometimes used informally for easily. This china breaks very easily.

eat. e . a . t . eat. eat means take in solid food. She was eating a banana.

economic. e . c . o . n . o . m . i . c . economic. economic means of or relating to an economy,

the system of production and management of material wealth. Aspects of social, political,

and economic life. economics. e . c . o . n . o . m . i . c . s

. economics. economics means the branch of social science that deals with the production

and distribution and consumption of goods and services and their management. He gained

a first class Honours degree in economics. economy. e . c . o . n . o . m . y . economy.

economy means the system of production and distribution and consumption. A capitalist

economy. edge. e . d . g . e . edge. edge means a sharp

side formed by the intersection of two surfaces of an object. He rounded the edges of the

box. edition. e . d . i . t . i . o . n . edition.

edition means all of the identical copies of something offered to the public at the

same time. It was too late for the morning edition.

editor. e . d . i . t . o . r . editor. editor means a person responsible for the editorial

aspects of publication; the person who determines the final content of a text. The editor of

the Daily Telegraph. educate. e . d . u . c . a . t . e . educate.

educate means give an education to. We must educate our youngsters better.

educated. e . d . u . c . a . t . e . d . educated. educated means having or based on relevant

experience. An educated guess. education. e . d . u . c . a . t . i . o . n

. education. education means the activities of educating or instructing; activities that

impart knowledge or skill. He received no formal education.

educational. e . d . u . c . a . t . i . o . n . a . l . educational. educational means

relating to the process of education. Pupils with special educational needs.

effect. e . f . f . e . c . t . effect. effect means a phenomenon that follows and is caused

by some previous phenomenon. The magnetic effect was greater when the rod was lengthwise.

effective. e . f . f . e . c . t . i . v . e . effective. effective means producing or

capable of producing an intended result or having a striking effect. Effective steps

toward peace. effectively. e . f . f . e . c . t . i . v

. e . l . y . effectively. effectively means in an effective manner. These are real problems

that can be dealt with most effectively by rational discussion.

efficient. e . f . f . i . c . i . e . n . t . efficient. efficient means being effective

without wasting time or effort or expense. An efficient production manager.

efficiently. e . f . f . i . c . i . e . n . t . l . y . efficiently. efficiently means

in an efficient manner. He functions efficiently. effort. e . f . f . o . r . t . effort. effort

means earnest and conscientious activity intended to do or accomplish something. Made an effort

to cover all the reading material. e.g. e . g . e.g. e.g. is an abbreviation

for as an example. Take ribbon snakes, for example.

egg. e . g . g . egg. egg means animal reproductive body consisting of an ovum or embryo together

with nutritive and protective envelopes. A baby bird hatching from its egg.

either. e . i . t . h . e . r . either. either means after a negative statement used as an

intensive meaning something like or also. He isn't stupid, but he isn't exactly a genius

either. elbow. e . l . b . o . w . elbow. elbow means

hinge joint between the forearm and upper arm and the corresponding joint in the forelimb

of a quadruped. He slipped and fell, badly bruising an elbow.

elderly. e . l . d . e . r . l . y . elderly. elderly means advanced in years; aged is pronounced

as two syllables. Elderly members of the society. elect. e . l . e . c . t . elect. elect means

select by a vote for an office or membership. We elected him chairman of the board.

election. e . l . e . c . t . i . o . n . election. election means a vote to select the winner

of a position or political office. The results of the election will be announced tonight.

electric. e . l . e . c . t . r . i . c . electric. electric means using or providing or producing

or transmitting or operated by electricity. Her electric guitar.

electrical. e . l . e . c . t . r . i . c . a . l . electrical. electrical means relating

to or concerned with electricity. Electrical and mechanical engineering industries.

electricity. e . l . e . c . t . r . i . c . i . t . y . electricity. electricity means

energy made available by the flow of electric charge through a conductor. They built a car

that runs on electricity. electronic. e . l . e . c . t . r . o . n

. i . c . electronic. electronic means of or relating to electronics; concerned with

or using devices that operate on principles governing the behavior of electrons. Electronic

devices. elegant. e . l . e . g . a . n . t . elegant.

elegant means refined and tasteful in appearance or behavior or style. She was elegant to her

fingertips. element. e . l . e . m . e . n . t . element.

element means an abstract part of something. The grammatical elements of a sentence.

elevator. e . l . e . v . a . t . o . r . elevator. elevator means lifting device consisting of

a platform or cage that is raised and lowered mechanically in a vertical shaft in order

to move people from one floor to another in a building. We'll have to take the elevator.

eliminate. e . l . i . m . i . n . a . t . e . eliminate. eliminate means terminate or

take out. Let's eliminate the course on Akkadian hieroglyphics.

else. e . l . s . e . else. else means additional to or different from this one or place or

time or manner. She ignored everything else. elsewhere. e . l . s . e . w . h . e . r . e

. elsewhere. elsewhere means in or to another place. Look elsewhere for the answer.

e mail. e mail. e mail means a system of world-wide electronic communication in which a computer

user can compose a message at one terminal that is generated at the recipient's terminal

when he logs in. You can contact us by e-mail. embarrass. e . m . b . a . r . r . a . s . s

. embarrass. embarrass means cause to be embarrassed; cause to feel self-conscious. His clumsiness

embarrassed him. embarrassing. e . m . b . a . r . r . a . s

. s . i . n . g . embarrassing. embarrassing means hard to deal with; especially causing

pain or embarrassment. An embarrassing pause followed his remark.

embarrassed. e . m . b . a . r . r . a . s . s . e . d . embarrassed. embarrassed means

feeling or caused to feel uneasy and self-conscious. Felt embarrassed at the extravagant praise.

embarrassment. e . m . b . a . r . r . a . s . s . m . e . n . t . embarrassment. embarrassment

means the state of being embarrassed. He is currently suffering financial embarrassments

emerge. e . m . e . r . g . e . emerge. emerge means come out into view, as from concealment.

Suddenly, the proprietor emerged from his office

emergency. e . m . e . r . g . e . n . c . y . emergency. emergency means a sudden unforeseen

crisis that requires immediate action. He never knew what to do in an emergency.

emotion. e . m . o . t . i . o . n . emotion. emotion means any strong feeling. He lost

control of his emotions. emotional. e . m . o . t . i . o . n . a . l

. emotional. emotional means determined or actuated by emotion rather than reason. It

was an emotional judgment emotionally. e . m . o . t . i . o . n . a

. l . l . y . emotionally. emotionally means in an emotional manner. At the funeral he

spoke emotionally emphasis. e . m . p . h . a . s . i . s . emphasis.

emphasis means special importance or significance. The red light gave the central figure increased

emphasis emphasize. e . m . p . h . a . s . i . z . e

. emphasize. emphasize means to stress, single out as important. Dr. Jones emphasizes exercise

in addition to a change in diet empire. e . m . p . i . r . e . empire. empire

means the domain ruled by an emperor or empress; the region over which imperial dominion is

exercised. The British empire. employ. e . m . p . l . o . y . employ. employ

means the state of being employed or having a job. He was in the employ of the city.

unemployed. u . n . e . m . p . l . o . y . e . d . unemployed. unemployed means not

engaged in a gainful occupation. Unemployed workers marched on the capital.

employee. e . m . p . l . o . y . e . e . employee. employee means a worker who is hired to perform

a job. The company has over 500 employees. employer. e . m . p . l . o . y . e . r . employer.

employer means a person or firm that employs workers. Very good employers.

employment. e . m . p . l . o . y . m . e . n . t . employment. employment means the

state of being employed or having a job. They are looking for employment.

unemployment. u . n . e . m . p . l . o . y . m . e . n . t . unemployment. unemployment

means the state of being unemployed or not having a job. Unemployment is a serious social

evil. empty. e . m . p . t . y . empty. empty means

holding or containing nothing. An empty glass. enable. e . n . a . b . l . e . enable. enable

means render capable or able for some task. This skill will enable you to find a job on

Wall Street. encounter. e . n . c . o . u . n . t . e . r

. encounter. encounter means a casual or unexpected convergence. Come together. He still remembers

their meeting in Paris. I'll probably encounter you at the meeting.

encourage. e . n . c . o . u . r . a . g . e . encourage. encourage means contribute to

the progress or growth of. I am encouraging the use of computers in the classroom.

encouragement. e . n . c . o . u . r . a . g . e . m . e . n . t . encouragement. encouragement

means the expression of approval and support. A few words of encouragement.

end. e . n . d . end. end means either extremity of something that has length. She knotted

the end of the thread. in the end. in the end. in the end means after

a very lengthy period of time. She will succeed in the end.

ending. e . n . d . i . n . g . ending. ending means the end of a word. His stories usually

have a happy ending. enemy. e . n . e . m . y . enemy. enemy means

an opposing military force. The enemy attacked at dawn.

energy. e . n . e . r . g . y . energy. energy means the capacity of a physical system to

do work; the units of energy are joules or ergs. Energy can take a wide variety of forms.

engage. e . n . g . a . g . e . engage. engage means carry out or participate in an activity.

She engaged many activities. engaged. e . n . g . a . g . e . d . engaged.

engaged means having ones attention or mind or energy engaged. She keeps herself fully

engaged with volunteer activities. engine. e . n . g . i . n . e . engine. engine

means motor that converts thermal energy to mechanical work. My car had to have a new

engine. engineer. e . n . g . i . n . e . e . r . engineer.

engineer means a person who uses scientific knowledge to solve practical problems. A mechanical

engineer. engineering. e . n . g . i . n . e . e . r

. i . n . g . engineering. engineering means the practical application of science to commerce

or industry. The bridge is a triumph of modern engineering.

enjoy. e . n . j . o . y . enjoy. enjoy means derive or receive pleasure from; get enjoyment

from; take pleasure in. We thoroughly enjoyed our time in Japan.

enjoyable. e . n . j . o . y . a . b . l . e . enjoyable. enjoyable means affording satisfaction

or pleasure. The company was enjoyable. enjoyment. e . n . j . o . y . m . e . n . t

. enjoyment. enjoyment means the pleasure felt when having a good time. He spoiled my

enjoyment of the game. enormous. e . n . o . r . m . o . u . s . enormous.

enormous means extraordinarily large in size or extent or amount or power or degree. An

enormous boulder. enough. e . n . o . u . g . h . enough. enough

means as much as necessary. I hadn't trained enough for the game.

ensure. e . n . s . u . r . e . ensure. ensure means make certain of. This nest egg will

ensure a nice retirement for us. enter. e . n . t . e . r . enter. enter means

to come or go into. The boat entered an area of shallow marshes.

entertain. e . n . t . e . r . t . a . i . n . entertain. entertain means provide entertainment

for. He entertained the notion of moving to South America.

entertaining. e . n . t . e . r . t . a . i . n . i . n . g . entertaining. entertaining

means agreeably diverting or amusing. an entertaining puppet show.

entertainer. e . n . t . e . r . t . a . i . n . e . r . entertainer. entertainer means

a person who tries to please or amuse. She remains one of the top entertainers of all

time. entertainment. e . n . t . e . r . t . a . i

. n . m . e . n . t . entertainment. entertainment means an activity that is diverting and that

holds the attention. The entertainment was provided by a folk band.

enthusiasm. e . n . t . h . u . s . i . a . s . m . enthusiasm. enthusiasm means a feeling

of excitement. Enthusiasm for his program is growing.

enthusiastic. e . n . t . h . u . s . i . a . s . t . i . c . enthusiastic. enthusiastic

means having or showing great excitement and interest. Enthusiastic crowds filled the streets.

entire. e . n . t . i . r . e . entire. entire means constituting the full quantity or extent;

complete. An entire town devastated by an earthquake.

entirely. e . n . t . i . r . e . l . y . entirely. entirely means to a complete degree or to

the full or entire extent. It was entirely different from what we expected.

entitle. e . n . t . i . t . l . e . entitle. entitle means give the right to. The Freedom

of Information Act entitles you to request your FBI file.

entrance. e . n . t . r . a . n . c . e . entrance. entrance means something that provides access.

They waited at the entrance to the garden. entry. e . n . t . r . y . entry. entry means

an item inserted in a written record. More keyboarding staff are required for data entry.

envelope. e . n . v . e . l . o . p . e . envelope. envelope means a flat rectangular paper container

for papers. She tore open the envelope and frantically read the letter.

environment. e . n . v . i . r . o . n . m . e . n . t . environment. environment means

the totality of surrounding condition. She longed for the comfortable environment of

his living room. environmental. e . n . v . i . r . o . n . m

. e . n . t . a . l . environmental. environmental means concerned with the ecological effects

of altering the environment. Environmental pollution.

equal. e . q . u . a . l . equal. equal means well matched; having the same quantity, value,

or measure as another. All men are equal before the law.

equally. e . q . u . a . l . l . y . equally. equally means to the same degree. They were

equally beautiful. equipment. e . q . u . i . p . m . e . n . t

. equipment. equipment means an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a

service. A useful piece of equipment for the kitchen.

equivalent. e . q . u . i . v . a . l . e . n . t . equivalent. equivalent means equal

in amount or value. Gave one six blows and the other a equivalent number.

era. e . r . a . era. era means a period marked by distinctive character or reckoned from

a fixed point or event. When she left the firm, it was the end of an era .

error. e . r . r . o . r . error. error means a wrong action attributable to bad judgment

or ignorance or inattention. I could understand his English in spite of his grammatical error.

escape. e . s . c . a . p . e . escape. escape means run away from confinement. The convicted

murderer escaped from a high security prison. especially. e . s . p . e . c . i . a . l

. l . y . especially. especially means to a distinctly greater extent or degree than

is common. He was especially fussy about spelling. essay. e . s . s . a . y . essay. essay means

an analytic or interpretive literary composition. An essay on the causes of the First World

War. essential. e . s . s . e . n . t . i . a . l

. essential. essential means absolutely necessary; vitally necessary. Funds essential to the

completion of the project. essentially. e . s . s . e . n . t . i . a

. l . l . y . essentially. essentially means at bottom or by one's (or its) very nature.

The argument was essentially a technical one. establish. e . s . t . a . b . l . i . s . h

. establish. establish means set up or found. She establishes a literacy program.

estate. e . s . t . a . t . e . estate. estate means everything you own; all of your assets

(whether real property or personal property) and liabilities. The family owned a large

estate on Long Island. estimate. e . s . t . i . m . a . t . e . estimate.

estimate means an approximate calculation of quantity or degree or worth. An estimate

of what it would cost. etc. e . t . c . etc. etc means continuing

in the same way. A shop which sells cards, calendars, wrapping paper etc.

ethnic. e . t . h . n . i . c . ethnic. ethnic means denoting or deriving from or distinctive

of the ways of living built up by a group of people. The country is divided along ethnic

lines. even. e . v . e . n . even. even means used

as an intensive especially to indicate something unexpected. I don't have even a dollar!

evening. e . v . e . n . i . n . g . evening. evening means the latter part of the day (the

period of decreasing daylight from late afternoon until nightfall). He enjoyed the evening light

across the lake. event. e . v . e . n . t . event. event means

something that happens at a given place and time. In that event, the first possibility

is excluded. eventually. e . v . e . n . t . u . a . l

. l . y . eventually. eventually means within an indefinite time or at an unspecified future

time. He will understand eventually. ever. e . v . e . r . ever. ever means at

any time. Did you ever smoke? every. e . v . e . r . y . every. every means

each and all of a series of entities or intervals as specified. Every third seat.

everyone. e . v . e . r . y . o . n . e . everyone. everyone means every person; all people. Everyone

cheered and clapped. everything. e . v . e . r . y . t . h . i

. n . g . everything. everything means all things. Everything had gone.

everywhere. e . v . e . r . y . w . h . e . r . e . everywhere. everywhere means to

or in any or all places. You find fast food stores everywhere.

evidence. e . v . i . d . e . n . c . e . evidence. evidence means your basis for belief or disbelief;

knowledge on which to base belief. The evidence that smoking causes lung cancer is very compelling.

evil. e . v . i . l . evil. evil means morally bad or wrong. An evil influence.

ex. e . x . ex. ex means former and still living. His ex-wife.

exact. e . x . a . c . t . exact. exact means marked by strict and particular and complete

accordance with fact. Hit the exact center of the target.

exactly. e . x . a . c . t . l . y . exactly. exactly means indicating exactness or preciseness.

He was doing exactly what she had told him to do.

exaggerate. e . x . a . g . g . e . r . a . t . e . exaggerate. exaggerate means to

enlarge beyond bounds or the truth. Tended to romanticize and exaggerate this 'gracious

Old South' imagery. exaggerated. e . x . a . g . g . e . r . a

. t . e . d . exaggerated. exaggerated means represented as greater than is true or reasonable.

An exaggerated opinion of oneself. exam. e . x . a . m . exam. exam means a set

of questions or exercises evaluating skill or knowledge. When the exam was stolen the

professor had to make a new set of questions. examination. e . x . a . m . i . n . a . t

. i . o . n . examination. examination means the act of examining something closely (as

for mistakes). Sit an examination in mathematics. examine. e . x . a . m . i . n . e . examine.

examine means consider in detail and subject to an analysis in order to discover essential

features or meaning. Examine the evidence in a criminal trial.

example. e . x . a . m . p . l . e . example. example means an item of information that

is representative of a type. This patient provides a typical example of the syndrome.

excellent. e . x . c . e . l . l . e . n . t . excellent. excellent means of the highest

quality. The school has excellent teachers. except. e . x . c . e . p . t . except. except

means prevent from being included or considered or accepted. The bad results were excepted

from the report. exception. e . x . c . e . p . t . i . o . n

. exception. exception means a deliberate act of omission. With the exception of the

children, everyone was told the news. exchange. e . x . c . h . a . n . g . e . exchange.

exchange means the act of changing one thing for another thing. Adam was promised immortality

in exchange for his disobedience. in exchange. in exchange. in exchange means

an act of giving something to someone and receiving something in return. Would you like

my old TV in exchange for this camera? excite. e . x . c . i . t . e . excite. excite

means arouse or elicit a feeling. The prospect of a year in India greatly excited her.

exciting. e . x . c . i . t . i . n . g . exciting. exciting means creating or arousing excitement.

An exciting account of her trip. excited. e . x . c . i . t . e . d . excited.

excited means excessively affected by emotion. He would become excited over nothing at all.

excitement. e . x . c . i . t . e . m . e . n . t . excitement. excitement means the

feeling of lively and cheerful joy. He could hardly conceal his excitement when she agreed.

exclude. e . x . c . l . u . d . e . exclude. exclude means prevent from being included

or considered or accepted. The bad results were excluded from the report.

excluding. e . x . c . l . u . d . i . n . g . excluding. excluding means not including.

Excluding water, half of the body's weight is protein.

excuse. e . x . c . u . s . e . excuse. excuse means a defense of some offensive behavior

or some failure to keep a promise. Every day he had a new excuse for not getting a job.

executive. e . x . e . c . u . t . i . v . e . executive. executive means having the function

of carrying out plans or orders. The executive branch.

exercise. e . x . e . r . c . i . s . e . exercise. exercise means the activity of exerting your

muscles in various ways to keep fit. The doctor recommended regular exercise.

exhibit. e . x . h . i . b . i . t . exhibit. exhibit means show an attribute, property,

knowledge, or skill. He exhibits a great talent. exhibition. e . x . h . i . b . i . t . i

. o . n . exhibition. exhibition means the act of exhibiting. A remarkable exhibition

of musicianship. exist. e . x . i . s . t . exist. exist means

have an existence, be extant. He could barely exist on such a low wage.

existence. e . x . i . s . t . e . n . c . e . existence. existence means the state or

fact of existing. Laws in existence for centuries. exit. e . x . i . t . exit. exit means an

opening that permits escape or release. The canyon had only one exit.

expand. e . x . p . a . n . d . expand. expand means extend in one or more directions. The

dough expands. expect. e . x . p . e . c . t . expect. expect

means regard something as probable or likely. The meteorologists are expecting rain for

tomorrow. expected. e . x . p . e . c . t . e . d . expected.

expected means considered likely or probable to happen or arrive. Prepared for the expected

attack. unexpected. u . n . e . x . p . e . c . t

. e . d . unexpected. unexpected means not expected or anticipated. Unexpected guests.

unexpectedly. u . n . e . x . p . e . c . t . e . d . l . y . unexpectedly. unexpectedly

means in a way that was not expected. Her brother showed up at the wedding unexpectedly.

expectation. e . x . p . e . c . t . a . t . i . o . n . expectation. expectation means

belief about (or mental picture of) the future. We are confident in our expectation of a full

recovery. expense. e . x . p . e . n . s . e . expense.

expense means amounts paid for goods and services that may be currently tax deductible. He kept

a careful record of his expenses at the meeting. expensive. e . x . p . e . n . s . i . v . e

. expensive. expensive means high in price or charging high prices. Expensive clothes.

experience. e . x . p . e . r . i . e . n . c . e . experience. experience means the

accumulation of knowledge or skill that results from direct participation in events or activities.

Experience is the best teacher. experienced. e . x . p . e . r . i . e . n

. c . e . d . experienced. experienced means having experience; having knowledge or skill

from observation or participation.an experienced teacher.

experiment. e . x . p . e . r . i . m . e . n . t . experiment. experiment means the

act of conducting a controlled test or investigation. It was an experiment in living

expert. e . x . p . e . r . t . expert. expert means a person with special knowledge or ability

who performs skillfully. An expert on modern literature .

explain. e . x . p . l . a . i . n . explain. explain means make plain and comprehensible.

He explained the laws of physics to his students. explanation. e . x . p . l . a . n . a . t

. i . o . n . explanation. explanation means a statement that makes something comprehensible

by describing the relevant structure or operation or circumstances. The explanation was very

simple. explode. e . x . p . l . o . d . e . explode.

explode means cause to burst with a violent release of energy. We exploded the nuclear

bomb. explore. e . x . p . l . o . r . e . explore.

explore means inquire into. The students had to explore the history of the Second World

War for their history project. explosion. e . x . p . l . o . s . i . o . n

. explosion. explosion means the act of exploding or bursting something. The explosion of the

firecrackers awoke the children. export. e . x . p . o . r . t . export. export

means sell or transfer abroad. We export less than we import and have a negative trade balance.

expose. e . x . p . o . s . e . expose. expose means expose or make accessible to some action

or influence. Expose the blanket to sunshine. express. e . x . p . r . e . s . s . express.

express means give expression to. She expressed her disappointment

expression. e . x . p . r . e . s . s . i . o . n . expression. expression means the

feelings expressed on a person's face. A sad expression.

extend. e . x . t . e . n . d . extend. extend means extend in scope or range or area. Extend

the range of applications. extension. e . x . t . e . n . s . i . o . n

. extension. extension means a mutually agreed delay in the date set for the completion of

a job or payment of a debt. They applied for an extension of the loan.

extensive. e . x . t . e . n . s . i . v . e . extensive. extensive means large in spatial

extent or range or scope or quantity. An extensive Roman settlement in northwest England.

extent. e . x . t . e . n . t . extent. extent means the point or degree to which something

extends. The extent of the damage. extra. e . x . t . r . a . extra. extra means

more than is needed, desired, or required. Found some extra change lying on the dresser.

extraordinary. e . x . t . r . a . o . r . d . i . n . a . r . y . extraordinary. extraordinary

means beyond what is ordinary or usual; highly unusual or exceptional or remarkable. An extraordinary

achievement. extreme. e . x . t . r . e . m . e . extreme.

extreme means of the greatest possible degree or extent or intensity. Extreme caution.

extremely. e . x . t . r . e . m . e . l . y . extremely. extremely means to a high degree

or extent; favorably or with much respect. Does not think extremely of his writing.

eye. e . y . e . eye. eye means good discernment (either visually or as if visually). She has

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