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either one or the other of two. [5 definitions]
ejaculate to discharge (semen). [2 definitions]
ejaculation the act, an instance, or the process of ejaculating, esp. semen. [2 definitions]
ejaculatory of, for, or capable of ejaculating. [2 definitions]
eject to expel forcefully. [3 definitions]
ejectable combined form of eject.
ejection seat a seat designed to eject from an aircraft during an emergency and parachute to the ground with its occupant.
eke to stretch or supplement with effort or care (usu. fol. by out). [2 definitions]
EKG abbreviation of "electrocardiogram," the graphic pattern traced by an electrocardiograph, which shows electrical activity in the heart muscles and which is used to diagnose heart ailments or malfunction.
ekistics (used with a sing. verb) the study of human settlements, including their history and design, and community planning.
el (informal) an elevated railroad.
elaborate planned or carried out with great care and attention to numerous parts or details. [5 definitions]
elaboration the act or an instance of adding elaborative material or detail, or the material or detail so added. [2 definitions]
Úlan enthusiasm or vigor. [2 definitions]
eland either of two large African antelopes with long horns that are twisted in a spiral.
Úlan vital in the philosophy of Henri Bergson, the vital force within living things that causes growth, the development of form, and evolution.
elapse to slip by or come to an end, as a period of time or something limited to a period of time. [2 definitions]
elasmobranch any of various fishes with a cartilaginous skeleton, such as a shark or ray.
elastic capable of returning to its initial form after being stretched or deformed. [5 definitions]
elasticity the condition or quality of being elastic, as in texture. [3 definitions]
elasticize to make (fabric or the like) elastic by stitching in an elastic band, or by interweaving with strands of rubber.