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enlargen

To make larger, whether by physical means or to broaden by means of experience, practicality, etc. reason used: poetic license, conveys desired expression while fitting in appropriately to More…

Enormousness

(Affixation) The degree of enormous, which also means an object, is in a very large scale. It can be easily be confused with the usage of enormity, which has a negative connotation to it, More…

ensorcerizing

Enchanting or bewitching in a hypnotic or otherwise captivating way. The affixes on this word mimic its synonyms; "enchanting" and "bewitching" have the progressive particle suffix and a More…

Ent

(Noun) Someone who smokes marijuana. It means the same as "pothead" or "stoner". ="If you want to buy some ask that guy. He's an ent." Etymology : More…

Entelechy

a case in which something real can occur where before there was only the possibility; “dreams becoming reality” =Motion is a first entelechy of that which is in potentiality, More…

Entered by Kassaundra Escalera

1. A male of immaculate physical properties; very attractive and well built 2. Someone worthy of having sex with (can include, but does not necessitate, definition 1) A perfect physical More…

Enthu

A clipping of the word “enthusiastic.” Enthu is a clipping that is often used earnestly and not sarcastically. Enthu has undergone widening because it not only means “enthusiastic,” but More…

enthusiorgasmer

1. An extremely devoted enthusiast. In an online forum, one receives “ranks” under their name depending on how many posts to the forum they have entered. One such rank is More…

entry-level

(adjective) Used to describe something (generally music, books, movies, etc.) that is easily accessible and is a good example of a genre. This allows the introductee to experience something More…

Enturbulate

Distress; bother; irritate. The context in which I found "enturbulate" was only using it for humor; however, the Church of Scientology may have created it in order to describe a certain More…


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