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evince to show or manifest clearly; give evidence of; make plain. [2 definitions]
eviscerate to remove the intestines of. [3 definitions]
evitable possible to avoid; avoidable.
evocable able to be called or brought forth.
evocation the act or process of evoking.
evocative tending to or able to evoke.
evoke to call forth or bring out (an image, memory, response, or the like) in the mind or in action. [2 definitions]
evolution the continuous modification and adaptation of organisms to their environments through selection, hybridization, and the like. [3 definitions]
evolutionary of or pertaining to evolution or the theory of evolution.
evolutionist one who supports the theory of evolution.
evolve to develop, achieve, or devise gradually. [5 definitions]
evolved having undergone a gradual process of change and development, esp. toward a more complex, advanced, or enlightened state.
ewe a full-grown female sheep.
ewe-neck a thin, arched, or low-set neck, as on a poorly formed horse or dog.
ewer a vaselike, wide-mouthed pitcher or jug.
ex1 in finance, without or excluding. [2 definitions]
ex2 (informal) a former spouse.
ex. abbreviation of "example," a particular instance or representative member of a class of things.
ex-1 out of; from. [3 definitions]
ex-2 variant of exo-.
exacerbate to increase the painfulness or severity of (illness, suffering, hard feelings, or the like); aggravate. [2 definitions]