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enthrall to hold the complete attention of; fascinate. [2 definitions]
enthrone to put upon a throne. [3 definitions]
enthuse to cause enthusiasm in.
enthusiasm intense interest or excitement concerning; zeal. [2 definitions]
enthusiast a person intensely interested in or obsessed with a particular subject. [2 definitions]
enthusiastic having or showing enthusiasm.
entice to lure or tempt, as by calling attention to the possible benefits of an action.
enticement the act of enticement, or the condition of being enticed. [2 definitions]
entire containing all parts or components; whole. [3 definitions]
entirely completely; totally. [2 definitions]
entirety the state of being whole and complete. [2 definitions]
entitle to give a right or legal claim to. [2 definitions]
entity anything that exists objectively and distinctly, whether nonliving or living; thing or being. [2 definitions]
entomb to bury or put in a tomb. [2 definitions]
entomo- insect.
entomology the science concerned with insects.
entourage a group of people who accompany another person as attendants or associates; retinue.
entr'acte the intermission between the acts of a play or opera. [2 definitions]
entrails the inner organs of a human or other animal, esp. the intestinal tract. [2 definitions]
entrain1 to get on a train. [2 definitions]
entrain2 to cause to move along after; pull along. [3 definitions]