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E-vite

An invitation sent over the internet, as opposed to regular postal mail (n.); the act of inviting in such a manner (v.) E-vite follows the same format as e-mail, meaning electronic mail. More…

e-voting

online voting The article was about voting online electronically. The author needed a catchy title so people would read the article. Saying electronic voting in the article title would be More…

evac

To leave or clear out from an area for safety from some kind of disaster The word was used after people returned to Houston after evacuating for hurricane Rita. With all these hurricanes More…

Evals

A method of appraising a class and its teacher academically. Already examinations have become exams, middle of the term tests have become midterms, and even final exams have become just More…

Evanjellyfish

A professing evangelical Christian who compromises their faith by submitting to the claims of the popular culture Reason used: The word was used to refer to wishy-washy Christians in a More…

everytime

encompassing all points in time, all the time =standard addition of every- to the beginning of a word to include all possible individual members of the group denoted by that word, such as More…

everyware

a.k.a. ubiquitous computing -or- ubicomp Technically ubiquitous computing refers to a post-desktop model of human-computer interaction in which information processing has been thoroughly More…

evite

To invite in the internet; an electronic invite Fandango presumably sends an email to the friend letting the person know that they are invited to go see that particular movie. =I’ll More…

Evite

To electronically invite someone to an event. The invitation is generally received by email and the recipient can then RSVP via the internet. Apparent Meaning: A means of inviting someone More…


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