English dictionary


each |iːtʃ| — to or from every one of two or more (considered individually)

eager |ˈiːɡər| — a high wave (often dangerous) caused by tidal flow (as by colliding tidal currents or in a narrow estuary)

eagerly |ˈiːɡərli| — with eagerness; in an eager manner

eagerness |ˈiːɡərnəs| — a positive feeling of wanting to push ahead with something

eagle |ˈiːɡl| — any of various large keen-sighted diurnal birds of prey noted for their broad wings and strong soaring flight

eagle-eyed |ˈiːɡl aɪd| — capable of seeing to a great distance

eaglet |ˈiːɡlət| — a young eagle

eagre |ˈiːɡər| — a high wave (often dangerous) caused by tidal flow (as by colliding tidal currents or in a narrow estuary)

ear |ɪr| — the sense organ for hearing and equilibrium

earache |ˈɪreɪk| — an ache localized in the middle or inner ear

eardrop |ˈɪədrɑːp| — an earring with a pendant ornament

eardrum |ˈɪrdrʌm| — the membrane in the ear that vibrates to sound

earflap  — one of two flaps attached to a cap to keep the ears warm

earful |ˈɪrfʊl| — an outpouring of gossip

earl |ɜːrl| — a British peer ranking below a marquess and above a viscount

earlap  — one of two flaps attached to a cap to keep the ears warm

earldom |ˈərldəm| — the dignity or rank or position of an earl or countess

earless |ˈɪrləs| — lacking external ears

earlier |ˈɝːliər| — earlier in time; previously

earliness  — quality of coming early or earlier in time

earlobe |ˈɪərloʊb| — the fleshy pendulous part of the external human ear

early |ˈɜːrli| — belonging to the distant past

earmark |ˈɪrmɑːrk| — identification mark on the ear of a domestic animal

earmuff |ˈɪrˌməf| — either of a pair of ear coverings (usually connected by a headband) that are worn to keep the ears warm in cold weather

earn |ɜːrn| — earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages

earned |ˈɝːnd| — gained or acquired; especially through merit or as a result of effort or action

earner |ˈɜːrnər| — someone who earn wages in return for their labor

earnest |ˈɜːrnɪst| — something of value given by one person to another to bind a contract

earnestly |ˈɜːrnɪstli| — in a serious manner

earnings |ˈɜːrnɪŋz| — the excess of revenues over outlays in a given period of time (including depreciation and other non-cash expenses)

earphone |ˈɪrˌfoʊn| — electro-acoustic transducer for converting electric signals into sounds; it is held over or inserted into the ear

earpiece |ˈɪrpiːs| — electro-acoustic transducer for converting electric signals into sounds; it is held over or inserted into the ear

earring |ˈɪrɪŋ| — jewelry to ornament the ear; usually clipped to the earlobe or fastened through a hole in the lobe

earshot |ˈɪrʃɑːt| — the range within which a voice can be heard

earsplitting  — loud enough to cause (temporary) hearing loss

earth |ɜːrθ| — the 3rd planet from the sun; the planet we live on

earthborn |ˈɜːθs| — of earthly origin (as mortals are)

earthbound |ˈɜːrθbaʊnd| — confined to the earth

earthen |ˈɜːrθn| — made of earth (or baked clay)

earthenware |ˈɜːrθnwer| — ceramic ware made of porous clay fired at low heat

earthing |ˈɝːθɪŋ| — fastening electrical equipment to earth

earthly |ˈɜːrθli| — of or belonging to or characteristic of this earth as distinguished from heaven

earthnut |ˈɝːθnʌt| — any of various highly prized edible subterranean fungi of the genus Tuber; grow naturally in southwestern Europe

earthquake |ˈɜːrθkweɪk| — shaking and vibration at the surface of the earth resulting from underground movement along a fault plane or from volcanic activity

earthshaking |ˈɜrθˌʃeɪkɪŋ| — loud enough to shake the very earth

earthwork |ˈɜːrθwɜːrk| — an earthen rampart

earthworm |ˈɜːrθwɜːrm| — terrestrial worm that burrows into and helps aerate soil; often surfaces when the ground is cool or wet; used as bait by anglers

earthy |ˈɜːrθi| — conspicuously and tastelessly indecent

earwax |ˈɪrwæks| — a soft yellow wax secreted by glands in the ear canal

earwig |ˈɪrwɪɡ| — any of numerous insects of the order Dermaptera having elongate bodies and slender many-jointed antennae and a pair of large pincers at the rear of the abdomen

ease |iːz| — freedom from difficulty or hardship or effort

ease off |ˈiːz ˈɒf| — become less intense

ease up |ˈiːz ʌp| — move in order to make room for someone for something

easel |ˈiːzl| — an upright tripod for displaying something (usually an artist's canvas)

easement |ˈiːzmənt| — (law) the privilege of using something that is not your own (as using another's land as a right of way to your own land)

easily |ˈiːzəli| — with ease (`easy' is sometimes used informally for `easily')

easiness |ˈiːzi| — a feeling of refreshing tranquility and an absence of tension or worry

east |iːst| — the cardinal compass point that is at 90 degrees

eastbound |ˈiːstbaʊnd| — moving toward the east

Easter |ˈiːstər| — a Christian celebration of the Resurrection of Christ; celebrated on the Sunday following the first full moon after the vernal equinox

easterly |ˈiːstərli| — a wind from the east

eastern |ˈiːstərn| — lying toward or situated in the east

easterner |ˈiːstərnər| — an inhabitant of an eastern area; especially of the U.S.

easternmost |ˈiːstənmoʊst| — farthest to the east

Eastertide |ˈiːstərˌtaɪd| — the Easter season

eastmost  — farthest to the east

eastward |ˈiːstwərd| — the cardinal compass point that is at 90 degrees

eastwards |ˈiːstwədz| — toward the east

easy |ˈiːzi| — not hurried or forced

easygoing |ˌiːzɪˈɡoʊɪŋ| — not hurried or forced

eat |iːt| — take in solid food

eat away |ˈiːt əˈweɪ| — remove soil or rock

eat in |ˈiːt ɪn| — eat at home

eat out |ˈiːt ˈaʊt| — eat at a restaurant or at somebody else's home

eat up |ˈiːt ʌp| — finish eating all the food on one's plate or on the table

eatable |ˈiːtəbl| — any substance that can be used as food

eatage  — bulky food like grass or hay for browsing or grazing horses or cattle

eater |ˈiːtər| — someone who consumes food for nourishment

eatery |ˈiːtəri| — a building where people go to eat

eating |ˈiːtɪŋ| — the act of consuming food

eats |ˈiːts| — informal terms for a meal

eaves |iːvz| — the overhang at the lower edge of a roof

eavesdrop |ˈiːvzdrɑːp| — listen without the speaker's knowledge

eavesdropper |ˈiːvzdrɒpər| — a secret listener to private conversations