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enterable combined form of enter.
enteric of or pertaining to the enteron; intestinal.
enteritis inflammation of the small intestine or, sometimes, the colon.
entero- intestine.
enteron the alimentary canal.
enterostomy a surgical opening made through the abdominal wall into an intestine.
enterovirus a genus of virus that can cause disease in human and other mammals. Infection typically begins in the gastrointestinal tract and can spread to other areas, including the nervous system.
enterprise an undertaking, esp. one characterized by complexity, risk, or wide scope; venture. [3 definitions]
enterprising bold, energetic, and full of initiative.
entertain to occupy pleasantly; amuse. [5 definitions]
entertainer one who entertains by performance, such as an actress or comedian. [2 definitions]
entertaining providing pleasant diversion; amusing.
entertainment something that provides pleasant diversion or amusement. [3 definitions]
enter the lists to become involved in a conflict or contest.
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.