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expropriate to take or transfer without permission. [2 definitions]
expropriation the act of depriving property owners of their property, usually through legal or official procedures.
expulsion an act or instance of expelling or forcing out, or the state of being expelled.
expunge to cross out or erase. [2 definitions]
expurgate to purge (a book or the like) of material considered to be offensive or erroneous prior to publication.
exquisite of exceptional beauty or charm; delicately or finely made. [4 definitions]
ext. abbreviation of "extension," an additional telephone line connected to the main line.
extant still in existence; current; not extinct, destroyed, or lost.
extemporaneous not planned or prepared; impromptu. [4 definitions]
extemporary extemporaneous.
extempore without plan or preparation; impromptu or improvised. [3 definitions]
extemporize to speak without preparation or reference to notes. [5 definitions]
extend to make longer in size or duration, or to move (a deadline, due date, or the like) further ahead in time. [8 definitions]
extendable combined form of extend.
extended stretched, pulled, or spread out. [3 definitions]
extended family a large group of relatives related by blood, marriage, or adoption who compose a single household or live close to each other. [2 definitions]
extended-release of or pertaining to a pill, tablet, capsule, or device that released drug slowly over an extended period of time.
extensible able to be extended.
extension the act of extending or state of being extended. [6 definitions]
extensive having great reach or extension. [3 definitions]
extensor a muscle that serves to stretch or straighten part of the body, esp. an arm or a leg.