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The ears of a boat are outside kneepieces near the bow. Easily (adv.) Without pain, anxiety, or disturbance; as, to pass life well and easily. Ebriosity (n.) Addiction to drink; habitual drunkenness. Ebullient (a.) Boiling up or over; hence, manifesting exhilaration or excitement, as of feeling; effervescing. Effable (a.) Capable of being uttered or explained; utterable. Ear (n.) That which resembles in shape or position the ear of an animal; any prominence or projection on an object, -- usually one for support or attachment; a lug; a handle; as, the ears of a tub, a skillet, or dish. Easily (adv.) With ease; without difficulty or much effort; as, this task may be easily performed; that event might have been easily foreseen. Ebony (a.) Made of ebony, or resembling ebony; black; as, an ebony countenance. Ebracteolate (a.) Without bracteoles, or little bracts; -- said of a pedicel or flower stalk. Ebrillade (n.) A bridle check; a jerk of one rein, given to a horse when he refuses to turn. of Ebulliency Ebulliency (n.) A boiling up or over; effervescence. Effect (n.) Goods; movables; personal estate; -- sometimes used to embrace real as well as personal property; as, the people escaped from the town with their effects. It corresponds to the pasha or passover of the Jews, and most nations still give it this name under the various forms of pascha, pasque, paque, or pask. Easterling (n.) A native of a country eastward of another; -- used, by the English, of traders or others from the coasts of the Baltic. Easterling (a.) Relating to the money of the Easterlings, or Baltic traders. Easterly (a.) Coming from the east; as, it was easterly wind. Eccentric (n.) One who, or that which, deviates from regularity; an anomalous or irregular person or thing. Echinus (n.) A genus of echinoderms, including the common edible sea urchin of Europe. Eclat (n.) Demonstration of admiration and approbation; applause. Edulcorator (n.) A contrivance used to supply small quantities of sweetened liquid, water, etc., to any mixture, or to test tubes, etc.; a dropping bottle. -ee () A suffix used, chiefly in law terms, in a passive signification, to indicate the direct or indirect object of an action, or the one to whom an act is done or on whom a right is conferred; as in assignee, donee, alienee, grantee, etc.

Hence the wife of an earl is still called countess. The court of chivalry was formerly under his jurisdiction, and he is still the head of the herald's office or college of arms. t.) To mark, as sheep, by cropping or slitting the ear. Earthworm (n.) Any worm of the genus Lumbricus and allied genera, found in damp soil. Earwitness (n.) A witness by means of his ears; one who is within hearing and does hear; a hearer. n.) of Ease Ease (n.) To free from anything that pains, disquiets, or oppresses; to relieve from toil or care; to give rest, repose, or tranquility to; -- often with of; as, to ease of pain; ease the body or mind. t.) To bring to pass; to effect; to achieve; to accomplish; to fulfill.

Earing (n.) A line fastening the corners of an awning to the rigging or stanchions. The rank of an earl corresponds to that of a count (comte) in France, and graf in Germany. Earldom (n.) The status, title, or dignity of an earl. Earlduck (n.) The red-breasted merganser (Merganser serrator). Earl marshal () An officer of state in England who marshals and orders all great ceremonials, takes cognizance of matters relating to honor, arms, and pedigree, and directs the proclamation of peace and war. Earthwork (n.) An embankment or construction made of earth. t.) To influence, or attempt to influence, by whispered insinuations or private talk.

Earcap (n.) A cap or cover to protect the ear from cold. Eariness (n.) Fear or timidity, especially of something supernatural. The wave of shock sometimes traverses half a hemisphere, destroying cities and many thousand lives; -- called also earthdin, earthquave, and earthshock. Earth-tongue (n.) A fungus of the genus Geoglossum. of Earthwards Earthwards (adv.) Toward the earth; -- opposed to heavenward or skyward. ) of Effeminacy Effeminacy (n.) Characteristic quality of a woman, such as softness, luxuriousness, delicacy, or weakness, which is unbecoming a man; womanish delicacy or softness; -- used reproachfully of men.

Eared (a.) Having external ears; having tufts of feathers resembling ears. Earth (n.) A hole in the ground, where an animal hides himself; as, the earth of a fox. Earthquake (n.) A shaking, trembling, or concussion of the earth, due to subterranean causes, often accompanied by a rumbling noise. Earthstar (n.) A curious fungus of the genus Geaster, in which the outer coating splits into the shape of a star, and the inner one forms a ball containing the dustlike spores. e., such as are conveyed by the motor or efferent nerves from the central nervous organ outwards; -- opposed to afferent.

Easement (n.) A liberty, privilege, or advantage, which one proprietor has in the estate of another proprietor, distinct from the ownership of the soil, as a way, water course, etc. Effect (n.) Impression left on the mind; sensation produced. Effective (n.) One who is capable of active service.

Earmark (n.) A mark for identification; a distinguishing mark. Easel (n.) A frame (commonly) of wood serving to hold a canvas upright, or nearly upright, for the painter's convenience or for exhibition. Easement (n.) That which gives ease, relief, or assistance; convenience; accommodation. t.) To cause to disappear (as anything impresses or inscribed upon a surface) by rubbing out, striking out, etc.; to erase; to render illegible or indiscernible; as, to efface the letters on a monument, or the inscription on a coin. t.) To destroy, as a mental impression; to wear away. Effacement (n.) The act if effacing; also, the result of the act. Effect (n.) Execution; performance; realization; operation; as, the law goes into effect in May. Effect (n.) In general: That which is produced by an agent or cause; the event which follows immediately from an antecedent, called the cause; result; consequence; outcome; fruit; as, the effect of luxury. Effective (n.) That which produces a given effect; a cause. The most noted species are the golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetus); the imperial eagle of Europe (A. Easiness (n.) Freedom from difficulty; ease; as the easiness of a task. Ebionite (n.) One of a sect of heretics, in the first centuries of the church, whose doctrine was a mixture of Judaism and Christianity. Ebon (a.) Like ebony, especially in color; black; dark. Ebullition (n.) A sudden burst or violent display; an outburst; as, an ebullition of anger or ill temper. Ecbasis (n.) A figure in which the orator treats of things according to their events consequences. a dread of seeing ghosts; wild; weird; as, eerie stories. Eagerness (n.) The state or quality of being eager; ardent desire. Eagle (n.) Any large, rapacious bird of the Falcon family, esp. The eagle is remarkable for strength, size, graceful figure, keenness of vision, and extraordinary flight. Easiness (n.) The state or condition of being easy; freedom from distress; rest. i.) To flow back; to return, as the water of a tide toward the ocean; -- opposed to flow. i.) To return or fall back from a better to a worse state; to decline; to decay; to recede. Ebb tide () The reflux of tide water; the retiring tide; -- opposed to flood tide. Ebullition (n.) Effervescence occasioned by fermentation or by any other process which causes the liberation of a gas or an aeriform fluid, as in the mixture of an acid with a carbonated alkali. Ecarte (n.) A game at cards, played usually by two persons, in which the players may discard any or all of the cards dealt and receive others from the pack. Its fruit, when ripe, bursts and violently ejects its seeds, together with a mucilaginous juice, from which elaterium, a powerful cathartic medicine, is prepared. East (n.) Formerly, the part of the United States east of the Alleghany Mountains, esp. Eccentric (a.) Deviating or departing from the center, or from the line of a circle; as, an eccentric or elliptical orbit; pertaining to deviation from the center or from true circular motion. Echometer (n.) A graduated scale for measuring the duration of sounds, and determining their different, and the relation of their intervals. t.) To render sweet; to sweeten; to free from acidity. t.) To free from acids, salts, or other soluble substances, by washing; to purify. Eel (n.) An elongated fish of many genera and species. Eelpout (n.) A European fish (Zoarces viviparus), remarkable for producing living young; -- called also greenbone, guffer, bard, and Maroona eel. anguillaris), -- called also mutton fish, and, erroneously, congo eel, ling, and lamper eel. the Eastern, or New England, States; now, commonly, the whole region east of the Mississippi River, esp. Eccentric (a.) Not having the same center; -- said of circles, ellipses, spheres, etc., which, though coinciding, either in whole or in part, as to area or volume, have not the same center; -- opposed to concentric. i.) To give an echo; to resound; to be sounded back; as, the hall echoed with acclamations. Echometry (n.) The art of measuring the duration of sounds or echoes. Echoscope (n.) An instrument for intensifying sounds produced by percussion of the thorax. Edulcoration (n.) The act of sweetening or edulcorating. The common eels of Europe and America belong to the genus Anguilla. The so called vinegar eel is a minute nematode worm. albicilla); and the great harpy eagle (Thrasaetus harpyia). Easiness (n.) Freedom from effort, constraint, or formality; -- said of style, manner, etc. Eavesdrop (n.) The water which falls in drops from the eaves of a house. Ebionitism (n.) The system or doctrine of the Ebionites. Eburnation (n.) A condition of bone cartilage occurring in certain diseases of these tissues, in which they acquire an unnatural density, and come to resemble ivory. Eburnification (n.) The conversion of certain substances into others which have the appearance or characteristics of ivory. Ecbole (n.) A digression in which a person is introduced speaking his own words.

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