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ennoble to make exalted in character, quality, or moral worth. [2 definitions]
ennui a general feeling of boredom and dissatisfaction, esp. with all aspects of life.
enormity the quality of surpassing moral limits; offensive or disgraceful character. [3 definitions]
enormous extremely large in size, quantity, or extent; huge; immense.
enough adequate to satisfy a requirement or need; sufficient. [6 definitions]
enplane to enter an aircraft, esp. as a passenger.
enquire variant of inquire.
enrage to cause to be extremely angry; infuriate.
enraged filled with extreme anger or rage.
enrapt filled with rapture; fascinated; enthralled; rapt.
enrapture to cause to be in rapture or to be ecstatically joyful.
enrich to increase the wealth of. [4 definitions]
Enrico Fermi an Italian physicist, U.S. resident after 1939 (b.1901--d.1954).
enrobe to dress or to wrap, esp. in or as if in a robe.
enroll to enlist or sign up (someone) officially. [3 definitions]
enrollment the act or process of enrolling, or the condition of being enrolled. [2 definitions]
en route during the journey; on or along the way.
Ens. abbreviation of "Ensign," in the U.S. Coast Guard or Navy, one who is a commissioned officer of the lowest rank (used in a proper name).
ensconce to position (oneself) firmly or comfortably. [2 definitions]
ensemble a whole viewed as a collection of its parts. [4 definitions]
enshrine to put in or as if in a place reserved for holy objects. [2 definitions]