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explorer 268
explosion [see explode] revolution 146 violence 173 loudness 404 sound 406 anger 900
explosive 727 dangerous 665
exponent numerical 84 interpreter 524 informant 527 index 550
export 295
expose denude 226 confute 479 disclose 529 censure 932 - oneself disreputable 874 - to danger 665 - to view visible 446 manifest 525
exposé confutation 479 disclosure 529 description 594
exposed bare 226 - to liable 177
exposition [see expose] explanation 522 indication 550 drama 599 exhibition 882
expositor interpreter 524 teacher 540
expository explaining 522 informing 527 disclosed 529 disserting 595
expostulate dissuade 616 advise 695 deprecate 766 reprehend 932
exposure [see expose] appearance 448 - to weather 338
expound interpret 522 teach 537
expounder 524
express carrier 268, 271 rapid 274 squeeze out 301 mean 516 declare 525 inform 527 language 560 intentional 620 transit 627 haste 684 - by words 566 - car 272 - regret 952 - sympathy for 915 - train 272
expressed 566 well - 578
expression [see express] musical - 416 aspect 448 nomenclature 564 phrase 566 mode of - 569 new fangled - 569
expressive meaning 516 sensibility 822
expressman 271
exprobation censure 932 accusation 938
expropriation 782
expugnable 665
expugnation success 731 (taking 789)
expuition 297
expulsion [see expel] exclusion 55
expunge destroy 162 efface 552
expurgate 652
exquisite savory 394 excellent 648 pleasurable 829 beautiful 845 fop 854
exquisitely very 31
exradio 420
exsiccate 340
exspuition 297
exsudation 299
exsufflation 993
extant 1
extasy [see ecstasy]
extemporaneous [see extempore] transient 111
extempore instant 113 early 132 occasion 134 offhand 612 unprepared 674
extemporize 612
extemporizer 612
extend expand 194 prolong 200 (increase 35) - to 196
extended spacious 180 long 200 broad 202
extendibility 324
extensibility 324, 325
extensile 324
extension [see extend] increase 35 continuance 143 space 180 - of time 110
extensive great 31 wide 180 - knowledge 490
extent degree 26 space 180 length 200
extenuate decrease 36 weaken 160 excuse 937
extenuated 203
extenuating 937 - circumstances qualification 469 excuse 937
extenuatory 469
exterior 57, 220
exteriority 220
exterminate 162
extermination 301
exterminator 165
extern 220
external 220 - evidence 467 - senses 375
externalize 220
exterritorial 220
extinct inexistent 2 past 122 old 124 destroyed 162 darkness 421
extincteur 385
extinction obliteration 552 - of life 360
extinguish destroy 162 blow out 385 darken 421
extinguisher 165 put an - upon hinder 706 defeat 731
extinguishment 2
extirpate 2, 301
extispicious 511
extispicy 511
extol overestimate 482 praise 931
extort extract 301 compel 744 despoil 789
extorted dissent 489
extortion dearness 814 rapacity 819
extortionate severe 739 dear 814 rapacious 819 grasping 865
extortioner 789, 819
extra additional 37 supernumerary 641 ab - 220
extract take out 301 record 551 quotation 596 remedy 662
extraction 301 paternity 166 - of roots 85
extractor 301
extradition deportation 270 expulsion 297
extrados 220
extrajudicial 964
extralimitary 220
extramundane 220, 317
extramural 220
extraneous extrinsic 6 not related 10 foreign 57 exterior 220
extraneousness 57
extraordinary great 31 exceptional 83
extraregarding 220
extraterrene 220
extraterrestrial 220
extraterritorial 220
extravagance [see extravagant]
extravagant inordinate 31 violent 173 absurd 497 foolish 499 fanciful 515 exaggerated 549 excessive 641 high-priced 814 prodigal 818 vulgar 851 ridiculous 853
extravaganza fanciful 515 misrepresentation 555 drama 599
extravagation 303
extravasate egress 295 ejection 297
extreme inordinate 31 end 67 - unction 998
extremist 710
extremity end 67 adversity 735 tribulation 828 at the last - 665 drive matters to an - 604
extricate take out 301 deliver 672 facilitate 705 liberate 750
extrinsicality 6
extrinsic evidence 467
extrusion eject 297 excrete 299
extrusive 297
exuberant - style 573 redundant 639
exudation egress 295 excretion 299
exudative 295
exude 295
exulcerate 659
exult rejoice 838 boast 884
 

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