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elfish like, or of the nature of, an elf; mischievous; impish.
elflock a lock of hair that is tangled, as if by elves.
elicit to draw or bring out. [2 definitions]
elide to leave out or slur, as a syllable or letter, in pronunciation. [2 definitions]
eligibility the state or condition of being eligible, as for office, membership, marriage, or participation in some activity.
eligible qualified for a benefit, privilege or position, such as elective office. [2 definitions]
Elijah according to the Old Testament, a Hebrew prophet of the ninth century B.C.
eliminate to dispose of, remove, or destroy. [3 definitions]
elimination the act or process of eliminating; disposal; destruction; dismissal. [2 definitions]
elint the gathering of information by use of electronic devices located on ships, airplanes, satellites, or the like (acronym for "electronic intelligence").
elision the slurring over or omission of a letter or syllable in pronouncing a word. [2 definitions]
elite (usu. used with a pl. verb) the best, taken collectively. [4 definitions]
elitism rule, or support or advocacy of rule, by an elite. [2 definitions]
elitist believing in, supporting, or promoting the superiority of a select or privileged group.
elixir a sweetened, aromatic solution of alcohol and water used as a vehicle for medicines. [4 definitions]
Elizabethan of, relating to, or characteristic of Elizabeth I of England or the period of her reign. [2 definitions]
Elizabethan sonnet see Shakespearean sonnet.
Elizabeth I the queen of England in 1558-1603 (b.1533--d.1603).
elk a large deer of northern Europe and Asia that has large antlers shaped like a palm with extended fingers. [3 definitions]
ell an extension or wing of a building, usu. at right angles to the main structure. [2 definitions]
Ella Fitzgerald U.S. jazz and popular ballad singer, known especially as a master of scat singing (b.1917--d.1996).