English dictionary


evacuate |ɪˈvækjʊeɪt| — move out of an unsafe location into safety

evacuated |ɪˈvækjəˌwetəd| — Having had population removed, by evacuation.

evacuating |ɪˈvækjəˌwetɪŋ| — Present participle of evacuate.

evacuation |ɪˌvækjʊˈeɪʃn| — the act of removing the contents of something

evacuee |ɪˌvækjʊˈiː| — a person who has been evacuated from a dangerous place

evade |ɪˈveɪd| — avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (duties, questions, or issues)

evaginate |ɪˈvadʒɪneɪt| — (intransitive) To evert a body organ inside surface to outside.

evaluable  — Able to be evaluated in a certain way

evaluate |ɪˈvæljʊeɪt| — evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of

evaluated |ɪˈvæljuːˌetəd| — simple past tense and past participle of evaluate

evaluation |ɪˌvæljʊˈeɪʃn| — act of ascertaining or fixing the value or worth of

evaluative |ɪˈvæljʊətɪv| — exercising or involving careful evaluations

evaluator  — an authority who is able to estimate worth or quality

evanesce |ˌevəˈnes| — disappear gradually

evanescence |ˌevəˈnesəns| — the event of fading and gradually vanishing from sight

evanescent |ˌevəˈnesnt| — tending to vanish like vapor

evangelic |ˌiːvænˈdʒelɪk| — evangelical

evangelical |ˌiːvænˈdʒelɪkl| — marked by ardent or zealous enthusiasm for a cause

evangelicalism |ˌiːvænˈdʒelɪkəlɪzəm| — stresses the importance of personal conversion and faith as the means of salvation

evangelism |ɪˈvændʒəlɪzm| — zealous preaching and advocacy of the gospel

evangelist |ɪˈvændʒəlɪst| — a preacher of the Christian gospel

evangelization  — The act of evangelizing; the state of being evangelized.

evangelize |ɪˈvændʒəlaɪz| — preach the gospel (to)

evanish |ɪˈvænɪʃ| — (archaic, intransitive) To vanish.

evaporate |ɪˈvæpəreɪt| — lose or cause to lose liquid by vaporization leaving a more concentrated residue

evaporated |ɪˈvæpəˌretəd| — drawn off in the form of vapor

evaporation |ɪˌvæpəˈreɪʃn| — the process of becoming a vapor

evaporative |ɪˈvæpʌˌreɪtɪv| — relating to or causing or being caused by evaporation

evaporator |ɪˈvæpəˌretər| — A piece of equipment used to evaporate the solvent from a solution

evasion |ɪˈveɪʒn| — a statement that is not literally false but that cleverly avoids an unpleasant truth

evasive |ɪˈveɪsɪv| — deliberately vague or ambiguous

eve |iːv| — (Old Testament) Adam's wife in Judeo-Christian mythology: the first woman and mother of the human race; God created Eve from Adam's rib and placed Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden

even |ˈiːvn| — the latter part of the day (the period of decreasing daylight from late afternoon until nightfall)

even-handed |ˌiːvn ˈhændɪd| — Treating fairly.

even-minded |ˈiːvənˈmaɪndɪd| — Having equanimity.

evening |ˈiːvnɪŋ| — the latter part of the day (the period of decreasing daylight from late afternoon until nightfall)

evenings |ˈiːvnɪŋz| — plural form of evening

evenly |ˈiːvnlɪ| — in equal amounts or shares; in a balanced or impartial way

evenness |ˈiːvənnəs| — the parity of even numbers (divisible by two)

event |ɪˈvent| — something that happens at a given place and time

eventful |ɪˈventfl| — having important issues or results

eventide |ˈiːvntaɪd| — the latter part of the day (the period of decreasing daylight from late afternoon until nightfall)

eventless |ɪˈventles| — Without events; uneventful.

eventual |ɪˈventʃʊəl| — expected to follow in the indefinite future from causes already operating

eventuality |ɪˌventʃʊˈælətɪ| — a possible event or occurrence or result

eventually |ɪˈventʃʊəlɪ| — after an unspecified period of time or an especially long delay

eventuate |ɪˈventʃʊeɪt| — come out in the end

ever |ˈevər| — at any time

ever-changing  — marked by continuous change or effective action

ever-present |ˈprezənt| — being always present

everglade |ˈevərˌɡleɪd| — A tract of marshland, especially one containing clumps of sawgrass and hammocks of vegetation

evergreen |ˈevərɡriːn| — a plant having foliage that persists and remains green throughout the year

evergrowing |ˌevəˈɡrəʊɪŋ| — which grows without ceasing, with no end in sight

everlasting |ˌevərˈlæstɪŋ| — any of various plants of various genera of the family Compositae having flowers that can be dried without loss of form or color

evermore |ˌevərˈmɔːr| — at any future time; in the future

evert |əˈvərt| — United States tennis player who won women's singles titles in the United States and at Wimbledon (born in 1954)

every |ˈevrɪ| — (used of count nouns) each and all of the members of a group considered singly and without exception

everybody |ˈevrɪbɑːdɪ| — All people.

everyday |ˈevrɪdeɪ| — found in the ordinary course of events

everydayness  — ordinariness as a consequence of being frequent and commonplace

Everyman |ˈevrɪmæn| — the ordinary person

everyone |ˈevrɪwʌn| — Every person.

everyplace |ˈevrɪpleɪs| — to or in any or all places

everything |ˈevrɪθɪŋ| — (literally) All the things under discussion.

everyway |ˈevriːˌweɪ| — (dated) In every way, however possible.

everywhere |ˈevrɪwer| — to or in any or all places

evict |ɪˈvɪkt| — expel or eject without recourse to legal process

evicted |ɪˈvɪktəd| — simple past tense and past participle of evict

eviction |ɪˈvɪkʃn| — action by a landlord that compels a tenant to leave the premises (as by rendering the premises unfit for occupancy); no physical expulsion or legal process is involved

evidence |ˈevɪdəns| — your basis for belief or disbelief; knowledge on which to base belief

evident |ˈevɪdənt| — clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment

evidential |ˌevɪˈdenʃl| — serving as or based on evidence

evidentiary |ˌevəˈdenʃɪerɪ| — serving as or based on evidence

evidently |ˈevɪdəntlɪ| — unmistakably (`plain' is often used informally for `plainly')

evil |ˈiːvl| — morally objectionable behavior

evil-minded |ˌiːvl ˈmaɪndɪd| — having evil thoughts or intentions

evildoer |ˈiːvəlˌduːər| — a person who sins (without repenting)

evince |ɪˈvɪns| — give expression to

evincible |ɪˈvɪnsəbl| — Capable of being proved or clearly brought to light; demonstrable.

evincive |ɪˈvɪnsɪv| — Tending to prove; having the power to demonstrate; demonstrative; indicative.

evirate |ˈiːvɪreɪt| — To castrate.

eviscerate |ɪˈvɪsəreɪt| — surgically remove a part of a structure or an organ

evisceration  — surgical removal of an organ (or the contents of an organ) from a patient

evocation |ˌiːvəʊˈkeɪʃn| — imaginative re-creation

evocative |ɪˈvɑːkətɪv| — serving to bring to mind

evoke |ɪˈvəʊk| — call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses)

evolution |ˌevəˈluːʃn| — a process in which something passes by degrees to a different stage (especially a more advanced or mature stage)

evolutional |ˌiːvəˈluːʃənl| — Of or pertaining to evolution, coming about as a result of the principles of evolution.

evolutionary |ˌevəˈluːʃənerɪ| — of or relating to or produced by evolution

evolutionism |ˌiːvəˈluːʃnɪst| — (biology) a scientific theory of the origin of species of plants and animals

evolutionist |ˌiːvəˈluːʃnɪst| — a person who believes in organic evolution

evolutive |ˈevəluːtɪv| — Of, pertaining to, or advocating evolution or development

evolve |ɪˈvɑːlv| — work out

evolved |ɪˈvɑːlvd| — simple past tense and past participle of evolve

evolvent |ɪˈvɒlvənt| — (geometry) The involute of a curve.

evolving |ɪˈvɑːlvɪŋ| — Present participle of evolve.

evulsion |ɪˈvʌlʃən| — (now rare) The action of forcibly pulling something out.

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