E.
E.G.
E Pluribus Unum (Latin).
Eager
Eagle (in royal banners).
Eagle
Eagle (in funerals).
Eagle
Eagle (for lecterns in churches).
Eagle (in phrases).
Eagle,
Eagle.
Eagle.
Eagle-stones
Ear. (Anglo-Saxon, eáre.)
Ear-finger.
Ear-marked.
Ear-shot.
Ears.
Ears to ear Bible (The).
Earing.
Earl
Earl of Mar’s Grey Breeks.
Early to Bed.
Earth.
Earthmen (The).
Earthquakes.
Earwig.
Ease.
Ease (Chapel of).
Ease Her!
East.
East Indies.
Easter.
Easter-day Sun.
Easter Eggs,
Eat.
Eat not the Brain.
Eat not the Heart.
Eat One’s Heart Out (To).
Eats his Head Off (The horse).
Eating One’s Terms.
Eating Together.
Eau de Cologne.
Eau de Vie.
Eaves-dropper.
Eb’ionism.
Eb’ionites (4 syl.).
Eb’lis or Ibleis.
Eb’ony.
Ebu’dæ.
Ecce Homo.
Ecce Signum.
Eccen’tric
Eccentric Sensation.
Eccentric Theory (The)
Ecclesias’tes (5 syl.).
Ecclesias’tical.
Ecclesias’ticus
Echidna (E-kid’-na).
Echo.
Echo.
Eck’hardt.
Eclec’tics.
Eclipses
Eclip’tic.
Ec’logue (2 syl.).
Ecne’phia.
École des Femmes.
Econ’omy
Economy of Nature (The).
Écorcheurs.
Ec’stasy
Ecstat’ic Doctor (The).
Ecstat’ici (The).
Ector (Sir).
Edda.
Eden.
Eden Hall.
Edenburgh,
Edgar or Edgar’do.
Edge.
Edge Away (To).
Edge-bone.
Edge on.
Edge of the Sword.
Edgewise.
Edged Tools.
Edhilin’gi.
Edict of Mil’an.
Edict of Nantes.
Edie Ochiltree.
Ed’ify
E’diles (2 syl.).
E’dith,
Ednam,
Edo’be (2 syl.).
Edward.
Ed’widge.
Edwin.
Ed’yrn.
Eel.
Eel.
Eel.
Eelkhance Tables.
Effen’di.
Ef’figy.
Ef’frontery.
Egalité.
Ege’ria.
Egg. Eggs.
Egg Feast.
Egg-flip, Egg-hot, Egg-nog.
Egg-on or Edge-on.
Egg Saturday
Egg-trot.
Egil.
Egis.
Eg’lantine (3 syl.).
Ego and Non-Ego.
Egoism.
Eg’otism.
E’gypt,
Egyptian Crown (The).
Egyptian Days.
Egyptian Festivals (The).
Eider-down.
Eikon Basil’ik [Portraiture of the King]
Eisell.
Eisteddfod.
Either.
Ejus’dem Fari’næ (Latin).
El Dora’do.
El Infante de Anteque’ra
El Islam.
El Khi’dr.
Elagab’alus.
Ela’ine (2 syl.).
Elas’mothe’rium
El’berich.
Elbow.
Elbow Grease.
Elbow Room.
Elbows.
Elden Hole.
Elder Brethren.
Elder-tree.
Eleanor Crosses.
Eleat’ic Philosophy.
Elecampane and Amrida.
Elector.
Electricity (from the Greek elektron, amber).
Electro-Biology.
Electro-Chemistry.
Elec’tuary.
Eleemos’ynam.
Elegant Extracts.
Elegiacs.
El’ements,
Elephant.
Elephant (The).
Elephant.
Elephant Paper.
Elephant and Castle.
Elephan’ta,
Elephan’tine (4 syl.).
Eleusin’ian Mysteries.
Elevation of the Host (The).
Eleven (Anglo-Saxon, andlefene, ænd = ain, lefene = lef, left).
Eleven Thousand Virgins.
Eleventh Hour (At the).
Elf (plural, Elves, Anglo-Saxon, œlf).
Elf-arrows.
Elf-fire.
Elf-land.
Elf-locks.
Elf-marked.
Elf-shot.
Elfin.
El’gin Marbles.
Elia.
Eli’ab,
Eli’akim.
El’idure (3 syl.).
Eligibles and Detrimentals.
Elijah’s Melons.
Elim’inate (4 syl.).
Eliot (George).
Eliott’s Tailors.
Elissa.
Elis’sa (deficiency or parsimony; Greek, ellipsis).
Elivâ’ger (4 syl.).
Elixir of Life.
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
Elizabeth of Hungary (St.).
Elizabe’than.
Ell (Anglo-Saxon eln, an ell).
Ell-wand (The King’s).
Ella, or Alla.
Elliot.
Ellyl’lon.
Elmo’s Fire (St.).
Elohim.
Elohis’tic and Jehovis’tic Scriptures.
Eloi (St.).
Eloquent.
Elshender
Elsie.
Elves.
Elvidna.
Elvi’no.
Elvi’ra (Donna).
El’vish or Elfish.
Ely’sium.
El’zevir.
Em.
Embargo.
Embarras de Richesse.
Ember Days
Ember Weeks.
Emblem
Emblems of the Jewish Temple.
Em’bryo
Em’elye.
Em’erald Isle.
Em’eralds.
Emer’gency.
Emergency Man (An).
Emeute (French).
Emile (2 syl.).
Emil’ia (in Shakespeare’s Othello).
Emilie (The divine),
Emmet
Emne.
Emol’ument.
Emo’tion.
Empan’el
Empannel,
Emped’ocls (4 syl.)
Emperor.
Emperor of Believers.
Emperor of the Mountains,
Empire City (The).
Empire of Reason; the Empire of Truth,
Em’pirics.
Employé. (French).
Empson.
Empty as Air.
Empty Champagne Bottles.
Empty Chance.
Empyre’an.
En Evidence (French).
En Garçon.
En Masse.
En Rapport.
En Route.
Enal’io-saurians (Greek, sca-lizards).
Encel’ados.
Enchanted Castles.
Enchanter
Encomium.
Encore (French).
Encrat’ites (4 syl.).
Encroach
End.
End-irons.
End Paper.
End of the World (The).
Ends.
Endemic.
Endorse.
Endym’ion,
Enemy.
Enfant Terrible (An) [lit., a terrible child].
Enfield Rifle.
Enfilade (French)
England.
England Expects that Every Man will do his Duty.
England’s Darling.
Englentyne (3 syl.).
English French.
Englishman.
Englishman’s Castle.
E’nid.
Enlightened Doctor (The).
Enniskillens.
En’nius.
Enough. (Anglo-Saxon, genoh or genog.)
Enscon’ce (2 syl.).
Ensemble.
Ensign.
Ensilage.
Entail’.
Entangle.
Ente’le’chy.
Enter a House right Foot fore most (Petronius).
Entering Short.
Enthu’siast
Entire.
Entre Nous (French).
Entrée (To have the).
Entremets [arn-tre-may].
Eo’lian.
Eolus.
Epact.
Eper’gne (2 syl.).
Ephe’bi.
Ephe’sian.
Ephesian Letters.
Eph’ial’tes (4 syl.).
Ephialtes (4 syl.).
Eph’ori or Ephors.
Epic.
Ep’icure (3 syl.).
Epicure’an.
Epicu’ros. (Latin form, Epicurus.)
Epi-dem’ic
Epigram.
Ep’ilepsy
Epimen’ides (5 syl.).
Epiph’any.
Epise’mon,
Ep’isode (3 syl.)
Epis’tle
Epi-zoot’ic
E’poch
Epode (2 syl.).
Ep’som Races.
Epsom Salts.
Equal-to,
Equation of Time.
Eques Aura’tus.
Eq’uipage (3 syl.).
Equity.
Era.
Erac’lius,
Eras’tians.
Eras’tianism.
E’rebus.
Eret’rian.
Eri’gena.
Erin.
Erin’nys
Eriph’ila.
Erix,
Erl-king.
Er’meline (Dame).
Ermie’nes (4 syl.).
Er’mine or Hermine.
Er’mine Street.
Ermin’ia.
Erna’ni.
Ernest (Duke).
Eros,
Eros’tratus.
Erra-Pater.
Erse (1 syl.).
Er’udite.
Erythre’os.
Erythynus.
Escapa’de (3 syl.).
Esclandre.
Escu’age (3 syl.)
Escula’pios (Latin, Esculapius).
Escu’rial.
Escutcheon of Pretence (An).
Esin’gæ.
Esmond (Henry).
Esoter’ic (Greek, those within).
Espiet (Es-pe-a).
Esplan’dian.
Esprit de Corps.
Esprit Follet.
Esquire.
Es’says.
Esse’nes (2 syl.).
Essex.
Essex Lions.
Essex Stile.
Est-il-possible.
Estafette (French; Spanish, estafe’ta).
Estates.
Este.
Estot’iland.
Estramaçon (French).
Estrich Wool
Estrildis
Es’tuary.
Eter’nal City (The).
Eternal Fitness of Things.
Eternal Tables.
Etesian Wind (An).
Eth’nic Plot.
Ethnoph’rons (4 syl.).
E’thon.
Et’iquette (3 syl.).
Et’na.
Etrenn’es (2 syl.).
Ettrick Shepherd.
Etzel
Eu’charis,
Eu’charist
Eu’clio.
Eu’crats (3 syl.).
Eudox’ians.
Euge’nius.
Eu’gubine Tables.
Eu’lalie (St.).
Eulen-spie’gel (Thyl)
Eumæ’os
Eumen’ides [the good-tempered goddesses].
Eumnes’tes [Memory],
Euno’mians.
Eupat’ridæ.
Eu’phemisms.
Eure’ka,
Eu’rus (2 syl.).
Euryd’ic (4 syl.).
Eusta’thians.
Eutych’ians.
Euxine Sea (The)
Evangelic Doctor (The).
Evan’geline. (4 syl.).
Evan’gelist,
Evangelists.
Evans (Sir Hugh).
Evans (William).
Evap’orate (4 syl.).
Events.
Ever and Anon.
Ever-sworded (The).
Ever-Victorious Army (The).
Everlasting Staircase (The).
Every Man Jack of Them.
Evidence (In).
Evil Communications,
Evil Eye.
Evil May Day (1517).
Evil Principle.
Evils.
Evolution (Darwinian).
Evolution,
Ewe-lamb (A).
Ex Cathe’dra (Latin).
Ex Hypoth’esi,
Ex Luce Lucellum.
Ex Officio (Latin, by virtue of his office).
Ex Parte (Latin, proceeding only from one of the parties).
Ex Ped’e Her’culem.
Ex Post Facto (Latin).
Ex Professo (Latin).
Ex Uno Omnes
Exalta’tion.
Exaltation of the Cross.
Examination.
Examiners (Public).
Excal’ibur (Ex cal [ce] liber [atus]).
Ex’cellency (His).
Excel’sior.
Exception.
Excep’tions prove the Rule.
Excheq’uer.
Exci’se (2 syl.)
Exclu’sion.
Excommunica’tion.
Excru’ciate (4 syl.).
Excuse.
Ex’eat (Latin, he may go out).
Ex’ecrate (3 syl.).
Exequatur.
Ex’ercises.
Ex’eter.
Ex’eter Controversy.
Ex’eter Domesday.
Exhibition.
Exhibition (The Great)
Exies or Axes.
Exile.
Ex’it (Latin, he goes out).
Ex’odus.
Ex’on,
Exor’bitant
Exoter’ic.
Expectation Week.
Experimental Philosophy.
Experimen’tum Cru’cis (Latin).
Experto Crede.
Explo’sion
Expo’nent.
Exposé (French).
Express Train.
Expressed Oils
Expression.
Ex’quisite (3 syl.).
Exten’sive (3 syl.).
Exter.
Extinct Species [since the time of man].
Extravagants Constitutio’ns,
Extreme Unction.

 
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