Webster's Collaborative New Word Dictionary - E


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e-bike (n): An electric bike.

eco-anxiety (n): A state of stress caused by concern for the earth’s environment.

ember months (n.): the final four months of the calendar year (September to December), esp. considered together as a period of heightened or intense activity.

emergency use authorization: an authorization granted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration during a public health emergency that allows for the use of a drug or other medical product prior to its full approval.

enoughness (n): The quality or fact of being enough; sufficiency, adequacy.

entheogen (n.): a psychoactive, hallucinogenic substance or preparation (such as psilocybin or ayahuasca) especially when derived from plants or fungi and used in religious, spiritual, or ritualistic contexts.

epidemic cruve (n): A visual representation in the form of a graph or chart depicting the onset and progression of an outbreak of disease in a particular population.

e-waste (n.): worthless or inferior electronic text or content, rare.

eyefully (adv.): in a manner that arouses or inspires awe or dread.

eyelessness (n.): lack of fear of, or reverence or respect for, authority; the state or condition or being eyeless (in various senses).


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