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excogitate, excogitated, excogitating, excogitates.transitive verbs
to consider or think something out carefully and thoroughly

a feeling of discontent and resentment.aroused by and in conjunction with desire for the possessions or qualities of another, as opposed to being thankful another has blessings; envy is on a par with jealously in hurting the individual who is jealous or envious
envy, envied, envying, envies.transitive verbs
to feel envy toward; to regard with envy
feeling, expressing or characterized by envy; jealous

endorse, endorsed, endorsing, endorses.transitive verbs
to write one's signature on the back of (a cheque {also 'check'}, for example) as evidence of the legal transfer of its ownership, especially in return for the cash or credit indicated on its face; to place (one's signature), as on a contract, to indicate approval of its contents or terms; to acknowledge.(receipt of payment) by signing a bill, draft or other instrument; to give approval of or support to; sanction; approve
the act of endorsing (the athlete was highly paid to do endorsements of products); something, such as a signature or voucher, that endorses or validates; approbation; sanction; support; an amendment to a contract, such as an insurance policy, by which the original terms are changed

an adventurous, unconventional.act or undertaking

encourage, encouraged, encouraging, encourages.transitive verbs
to inspire with hope, courage or confidence; to hearten; to give support to; to urge; foster.(principles to encourage family closeness); to stimulate; spur.(priming the pump to encourage flow of water from the well)
the act of encouraging; the state of being encouraged
one that encourages

expect, expected, expecting, expects.verbs
transitive verb use.to look forward to the probable occurrence or appearance of (expecting a telephone call; expects rain on Monday); to consider likely or certain (expect to see them soon); anticipate; to consider reasonable or due (expect sunshine soon); suppose
intransitive verb use.to look forward to the birth of one's child; to be pregnant
expectably, expectedly.adverbs

the act or state of expecting; expectation (tense with expectancy, I waited for my name to be called); the state of being expected; something expected; an expected amount (a life expectancy of 110 years)

the act of expecting; eager.anticipation.(eyes shining with expectation); the state of being expected; something expected (a result beyond expectation); expectancy

expectorate, expectorated, expectorating, expectorates.verbs
transitive verb use.to eject from the mouth; spit; to cough up and eject by spitting
intransitive verb use.to spit; to clear out the chest and lungs by coughing up and spitting out matter
from Latin 'expectorare', 'expectorat-' meaning 'to drive from the chest', where together it's 'ex-' + 'pectus' or 'pector-' meaning 'chest', to remove from the chest
promoting or facilitating the secretion or expulsion of phlegm, mucus or other matter from the respiratory tract
an herbal tea that relieves catarrhs, coughs and bronchitis is an expectorant

a current, as of water or air, moving contrary to the direction of the main current, especially in a circular motion; a drift or tendency that is counter to or separate from a main current, as of opinion, tradition or history
eddy, eddied, eddying, eddies.verbs
intransitive verb use.to move in or as if in an eddy; turn
transitive verb use.to cause to move in or as if in an eddy

a poem composed in elegiac couplets; a poem or song composed especially as a lament for a deceased person (ancient David's poem on the death of Saul and Jonathan); something resembling such a poem or song
Music: a composition that is melancholy or pensive in tone

of, relating to or involving elegy or mourning or expressing sorrow for that which is irrecoverably past; of or composed in elegaic couplets

endear, endeared, endearing, endears.transitive verbs
to make beloved or very sympathetic.(a couple whose kindness endeared them to friends)
the act of endearing; an expression of affection, such as a caress

produced or growing from within; originating or produced within an organism, a tissue or a cell (endogenous secretions)

word 'epiphany' is from the Greek and means 'appearing', 'brightness', such as would be a sudden intuitive.realization where one comprehends or perceives.reality (a waking up); a sudden manifestation of the essence or meaning of something (it just dawned on me, God exists!); a usually sudden manifestation or perception of the essential.nature or meaning of something (I never saw it that way before); an intuitive grasp of reality through something, as an event, usually simple and striking (she was at a concert listening to Handel's Messiah when something profound.occurred to her); an illuminating.discovery, realization or disclosure; a revealing.scene or moment; also, a Christian feast celebrating the revealing of the divine.nature of Emmanuel to the Gentiles

a secondary phenomenon that results from and accompanies another ("Exploitation of one social class or ethnic group by another {is} an epiphenomenon of real differences in power between social groups."....Harper's)
Pathology:.an additional condition or symptom in the course of a disease, not necessarily connected with the disease

secreting internally; of or relating to endocrine glands or the hormones secreted by them
the secretion of an endocrine gland; a hormone; an endocrine gland

the act, process or practice of experimenting

relating to or based on experiment (experimental procedures; experimental results); given to experimenting; of the nature of an experiment; constituting or undergoing a test (an experimental hybrid); founded on experience; empirical
a test under controlled conditions that is made to demonstrate a known truth, examine the validity of a hypothesis or determine the efficacy of something previously untried; the process of conducting such a test; experimentation; an innovative act or procedure ("Democracy is only an experiment in government." ...William Ralph Inge); the result of experimentation
experiment, experimented, experimenting, experiments.intransitive verbs
to conduct an experiment; to try something new, especially in order to gain experience (the silly experiments when the medical system was being formed; experiment with new methods of teaching)

an individual interested in others and/or in the environment as opposed to or to the exclusion of self
marked by interest in others or in the environment as opposed to or to the exclusion of self; gregarious or outgoing

excuse, excused, excusing, excuses.transitive verbs
to explain a fault or an offense in the hope of being forgiven or understood (he hurt her feelings and when he realized it, he apologized); to seek to remove the blame from (she excused herself for being late); to grant pardon to; forgive (we quickly excused the latecomer); to make allowance for; overlook (readers must excuse the author's youth and inexperience); forgive; to serve as justification for (brilliance does not excuse bad manners); to free, as from an obligation or duty; exempt (seniors excused from jury duty); to give permission to leave; release (the child ate quickly and asked to be excused)
an explanation offered to justify or obtain forgiveness; a reason or grounds for excusing (the reason that ignorance is no excuse for breaking the law is it's in all peoples' souls to naturally do good for others); the act of excusing; a note explaining an absence; an inferior.example (after reading his poetry I think it's a poor excuse for a poet; a sorry excuse for a car)
excusableness, excuser.nouns

an example represents, usually typically, something of which it is a part and thereby.demonstrates the character of the whole; one that is representative of a group as a whole (the squirrel, an example of a rodent; introduced each new word with examples of its use); one serving as a pattern of a specific.kind (set a good example by arriving on time); a sample; a specimen; a similar case that constitutes a model or precedent (a unique.episode, without example in maritime history); something used to illustrate a principle or method
for example.idiom
as an illustrative instance (wear something simple, for example, a skirt and blouse)

a civilization and culture created and developed on the Italian Peninsula by the ancient people of Etruria of west-central Italy during B.C.E. 1st millennium. At the time of its greatest power, between B.C.E. 7th and 5th centuries, Etruria probably embraced all Italy from the Alps to the Tiber River. Its name is the Latin.version of the Greek name Tyrrhenia or Tyrsenia; the ancient.Romans called the people of the country Etrusci or Tusci, from which is derived the name of the modern Italian region of Tuscany (Toscana).....Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99. © 1993-1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.