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entreat to beg (someone) for something, or to do something. [3 definitions]
entreaty an urgent or emotional request; plea.
entrée the act or right of entering. [3 definitions]
entrench to protect or fortify (oneself), as with trenches. [3 definitions]
entre nous (French) between us; confidentially.
entrepreneur someone who assumes the financial risk of beginning and operating one or several businesses.
entrepreneurial spirit enthusiasm and ambition for starting or running a private business.
entresol a low story of a building that is just above the street floor; mezzanine.
entropy in thermodynamics, a mathematical expression of the state of randomness or energy loss in any system. [3 definitions]
entrust to assign or hand over to someone, as for care, protection, or execution. [2 definitions]
entry an act or instance of entering; entrance. [7 definitions]
entryway an entranceway.
entwine to twist or coil together; interweave.
enucleate to remove a cell's nucleus. [2 definitions]
enucleation the removal of a nucleus from a cell. [2 definitions]
enumerate to name or list one by one. [2 definitions]
enumeration the act or process of enumerating.
enunciate to pronounce (words), esp. in a clear and distinct voice. [3 definitions]
enuresis involuntary release of urine, esp. while sleeping; incontinence.
envelop to cover, wrap, enclose, or surround.
envelope a folded paper wrapper made to enclose an object such as a letter, esp. for mailing. [2 definitions]