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1. enēbrien v.

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To intoxicate or exhilarate.

2. expulsen v.

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To expel or banish (from a country); to evict (from a monastery); -- with out of or from phrase.

3. explīken v.

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To explain or interpret.

4. externen v.

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To alienate (someone).

5. contristing ppl.

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Afflicting.

6. explānen v.

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To make (something) clear or intelligible, explain.

7. expū̆gnen v.

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(a) To conquer (a country or city); (b) to overcome or defeat (an enemy); ?to eradicate, exterminate [quot. 1452.].

8. encrisped ppl.

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Curly.

9. alteren v.

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Phil., physiol., med., alch., astrol. (a) To change, modify, transform; alteren to (sth.); (b) to change for the worse; affect adversely; deteriorate; (c) to change for the better; affect…

10. corporen v.

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To incorporate (sth.).

11. cautēriing ger.

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Cauterization.

12. com(m)enten v.

Additional spellings: commenten
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(a) To expound or explain (sth.); (b) to contrive or found (a religion).

13. dēsiccing ppl.

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Promoting 'dryness'.

14. dissēmen v.

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To scatter (sth.).

15. dēsiccinge ger.

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(a) The physiological process of reducing 'moist' quality, desiccation; (b) of a medicine: the property of promoting 'dryness'.

16. extirpen v.

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To eradicate (an ulcer, abcess, cancer, etc.) by excision or the application of corrosives.

17. exprōpriāciǒun n.

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Renunciation of worldly goods; vou of expropriacioun, the vow of voluntary poverty taken by members of certain religious orders.

18. adjūtōrī adj.

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Aiding, helpful.

19. fō̆ngen v.

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(a) To grasp or seize (something), take hold of, pick up; (b) to take (something) along or away; lead (someone); carry away (with one); (c) fongen feld, take the field, take up a position for battle…

20. expīren v.

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(a) To breathe one's last, to die; (b) to breathe out (the soul) at the time of death.