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en brosse (French) of hair, cut short, so that it resembles the bristles of a brush.
encamp to set up, or take lodging in, a camp. [2 definitions]
encampment a place where a camp has been set up. [2 definitions]
encapsulate to condense, as though to fit into a capsule. [2 definitions]
encase to enclose in, or as though in, a case.
en casserole in, or in the manner of, a casserole.
encaustic of or concerning a type of paint in which pigment is blended with beeswax, which fuses the pigment to a surface upon heating. [2 definitions]
-ence state, condition, or quality. [2 definitions]
enceinte1 with child; pregnant.
enceinte2 a wall or fortification, or the area within such an enclosure.
Enceladus one of several moons of the planet Saturn, having more reflective brightness than any other body in the solar system.
encephalitis inflammation of the brain, caused by any of several infectious diseases.
encephalo- brain.
encephalogram an x-ray photograph of the spaces of the brain normally filled with cerebrospinal fluid, partially replaced for the procedure by air or dye.
encephalon the brain.
encephalopathy a disease of the brain, esp. a chronic degenerative disease.
enchain to bind or restrain with, or as though with, chains. [2 definitions]
enchant to put under a magic spell, or as if under a magic spell; bewitch. [2 definitions]
enchanter one who casts a magic spell; sorcerer; magician. [2 definitions]
enchanting charming, fascinating, or bewitching.
enchantment a magic incantation, charm, or spell, or an instance of casting such. [3 definitions]