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Earned-self-respect

respect that one gains simply by participating in moral and ethical behavior Interpretation of intended meaning: self-respect gained from doing what is good and right. =The more I did that More…

EARWITNESS

An individual who hears an incident occur, especially one who later gives a report on what he heard =I didn't see what happened, I just heard it. I guess I was an earwitness. Etymology More…

EARWORM

A song or music that is stuck in one’s ear and causes recurrent thinking or singing. He used an analogy between music and a worm in the ear. =The song ‘Edelweiss’ was my More…

earworm

A song (the tune/lyrics) that repeats over and over inside a person's head, usually refers to after the song has stopped playing. This is a creative metaphorical compound neologism. The More…

earworm

A song stuck in your head There is no concise word to describe the idea that a song is stuck in your head, and an earworm implies that something is caught in your ear and can't get out, More…

Ease

(of a task) So easily accomplished that one does not bother putting forth the effort to accomplish the task. The word was coined to provide justification for laziness. If one wants to More…

eater's remorse

(noun) the sudden regret felt after eating something, usually sweet and/or fatty, during a period of time when the person is either not hungry or full. People experience eater’s remorse most More…

EATERS COMA

A condition characterized by sluggishness, sleepiness, and often a lack of motivation to do anything but rest/relax or sleep; a condition whose onset occurs shortly after a meal, usually More…

EATERS DEATH

The acute form of eaters coma; characterized by difficulty in standing up and walking, onset occurs after an extremely large meal. =I've got eaters death and I don't think I can get up More…

Ebayer

Someone who excessively buys or sells on eBay websites; someone who spends most of their time either buying or viewing items on eBay Slang word derived eBay, an electronic bay where items More…

Ebonics

The language spoken by black Oakland inner-city youths, as defined by the Oakland School Board, ca. 1996. (‘We must have a bilingual program that teaches students in both English and More…

Ebonics (1)

A variation of English made up of slang words and southern clippings and shortenings of words. Ebonics is a blend of ebony and phonics. It was coined to describe the dialect of African More…

echelon

In calculus, to transform a matrix into its Echelon form. =This term has often been used by students for the tedious process of reducing a matrix to its Echelon form. It is most likely an More…

Ecksdee

Hysterical laugh A very strange, yet also common, word. When the emoticon XD was became extremely popular (probably back in 2004), people on the internet started using ECKS DEE! instead More…

Eco-hungry

('Eco'+'hungry') The state of being hungry for healthy organic foods.

Ecocide

Deliberate destruction of the natural environment. =Ecocide is caused by acts of war and by pollutants and can change the earth’s landscape permanently. Etymology : More…

ecomagination

This is a term coined by General Electric to describe ideas exemplifying their dedication to find creative ways to confront today’s environmental issues =“Your photo will trigger our More…

ecomercial

a commercial with an environmental message =Ecomercial is a blending of “eco”, meaning pertaining to the environment, and “commercial”. Typically, the term refers to a television More…

Edenic

pure, ideal Presumed reason for coinage: Derived from the notion of Eden, a perfect place before the fall of man. =The denoted image can appear as a kind of Edenic state. Etymology : More…

edge-guard

In the video game “Super Smash Brothers”, used to refer to the act of standing next to (“guarding”) the edge of a cliff, to be prepared to quickly kill an opponent More…


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