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excrete to discharge or eliminate (wastes and harmful materials) from the body.
excretion the act or process of eliminating bodily waste matter. [2 definitions]
excretory of, relating to, or having the function of excretion.
excruciating extremely painful or intensely distressing; agonizing. [2 definitions]
exculpate to free (a person or group) from guilt or blame, or from the suspicion of guilt or blame.
excursion a short journey undertaken for a specific purpose. [3 definitions]
excursive pertaining to, tending toward, or having the nature of a digression from the main topic.
excuse to pardon or overlook (a minor fault or error). [10 definitions]
exec. abbreviation of "executive."
execrable of very poor quality; extremely inferior. [2 definitions]
execrate to completely detest; abhor; loathe. [3 definitions]
execute to carry out or make real; do; accomplish. [4 definitions]
execution the process of putting into effect. [4 definitions]
executioner a person who has official authorization to execute a death sentence.
executive a person in authority within a corporation, government, or other organization; one who is responsible for managing or directing. [5 definitions]
executive branch one of the three branches of the government in the United States. The job of the executive branch is to carry out the laws of a country. The president and various departments make up the executive branch.
Executive Mansion see White House. [2 definitions]
executive officer in the military, an officer who is assistant to the commanding officer of a unit, or who is second in command of a unit smaller than a division. [2 definitions]
executive privilege the right of the President of the United States to withhold from Congress and the judiciary important information concerning certain executive activities.
executor in law, a person named to carry out the provisions of another's will.
executrix in law, a female named to carry out the provisions of another's will.