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en- in; into. [2 definitions]
enable to give means or power to; make able; allow; authorize. [2 definitions]
enact to make into a law. [2 definitions]
enactment the act or process of enacting. [3 definitions]
enamel a glossy, usu. opaque coating fused by heat to metal, glass, pottery, or other surfaces for protection or decoration, or objects so coated. [5 definitions]
enamelware metal utensils or kitchenware that is coated with enamel.
enamor to inspire love or fondness in.
enamored highly enthusiastic, fond, or infatuated (usu. fol. by "of" or "with").
en bloc (French) all together; in a group; as a whole.
en brochette (French) on a skewer, esp. broiled or grilled on a small spit or skewer.
en brosse (French) of hair, cut short, so that it resembles the bristles of a brush.
encamp to set up, or take lodging in, a camp. [2 definitions]
encampment a place where a camp has been set up. [2 definitions]
encapsulate to condense, as though to fit into a capsule. [2 definitions]
encase to enclose in, or as though in, a case.
en casserole in, or in the manner of, a casserole.
encaustic of or concerning a type of paint in which pigment is blended with beeswax, which fuses the pigment to a surface upon heating. [2 definitions]
-ence state, condition, or quality. [2 definitions]
enceinte1 with child; pregnant.
enceinte2 a wall or fortification, or the area within such an enclosure.
Enceladus one of several moons of the planet Saturn, having more reflective brightness than any other body in the solar system.