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extortion the act or an instance of coercing someone by force, threats, or abuse of authority to give something valuable, such as money, information, excessive interest, or the like. [2 definitions]
extortionist a person who commits or practices extortion.
extra more than is expected or usual. [7 definitions]
extra- beyond; outside.
extra-base hit in baseball, a double, triple, or home run.
extract to remove or take out by use of force. [9 definitions]
extractable combined form of extract.
extraction an act or instance of extracting, or the condition of being extracted. [3 definitions]
extracurricular outside the regular curriculum of a school, or outside of academic pursuits in a school. [2 definitions]
extradite to transfer (a fugitive) from one state or jurisdiction to another in which he or she is to be tried or imprisoned.
extradition the legal transfer of a fugitive from one state or jurisdiction to another where he or she is to be tried or imprisoned.
extrados the outside curve of an arch or a vault. (Cf. intrados.)
extragalactic outside or beyond the galaxy of the Milky Way.
extralegal not regulated or permitted by law; outside of legal authority.
extramarital of or pertaining to sexual relations between a married person and someone other than his or her spouse; adulterous.
extramundane being or occurring outside of the physical and material world or universe.
extramural pertaining to activities partially pursued at, or involving students at, another school. [2 definitions]
extraneous coming from outside; foreign. [3 definitions]
extraordinary far beyond the usual or ordinary. [2 definitions]
extra point see conversion.
extrapolate to make an estimate or inference of (future probability or the like) on the basis of what is already known or has already occurred. [3 definitions]