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extravasate to force (blood or lymph) to flow from the usual vessels into surrounding tissues. [4 definitions]
extravehicular pertaining to the activity of an astronaut outside of a spacecraft.
extraversion see "extroversion."
extreme at the most distant point or outer limit of. [7 definitions]
extremely in a great degree; very.
extreme sport one of a set of relatively new sports, such as snowboarding, skateboarding, and bungee jumping, that feature speed, height, danger or exciting stunts, most often pursued by young adults.
extreme unction the sacrament administered by a Roman Catholic priest to a dying person; last rites.
extremism a tendency to go beyond moderation to extreme positions, esp. on political issues.
extremist a person who takes a radical stand and encourages radical action or thinking, esp. in politics. [3 definitions]
extremity the farthest reach or point of a thing. [4 definitions]
extricate to free or release from difficulty, entanglement, or involvement; disengage.
extrinsic not inherent or essential; extraneous. (Cf. intrinsic.) [2 definitions]
extrinsic factor a vitamin found in foods such as milk, eggs, and fish, used in the treatment of anemia; vitamin B12.
extrorse in botany, facing outward; turned away from the center. (Cf. introrse.)
extroversion the tendency to pay more attention to others or the external world than to oneself. (Cf. introversion.) [2 definitions]
extrovert one whose interest and attention are directed to the world outside the self (Cf. introvert.) [2 definitions]
extrude to force out; expel. [3 definitions]
exuberance the quality or condition of being exuberant. [2 definitions]
exuberant vigorously enthusiastic or happy; high-spirited. [2 definitions]
exude to ooze out of, or as if out of, the pores of the skin, as perspiration. [2 definitions]
exult to rejoice greatly, esp. over some triumph.