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embarrassed
When his pants fell down he was REALLY embarrassed! *
emphasise British English spelling
An exclamation mark will emphasise your sentence! *
enthusiasm
His enthusiasm was waning fast. *
equipped
The boy was well equipped for the camp. *
especially
It was especially hot this August.
essential
Solvency is essential for companies.
exaggerate
You exaggerate all the time! *
excellent
Jane and Jim are excellent dancers.
exercise
Exercise is beneficial to your health.
exhausted
I'm exhausted after that long run.
existence
Ecosystems are groups of living things that support the existence of each other. *
expense
Electricity bill is our bigger expense in the house. *
experience
The cooks traveled the world to experience authentic native cuisines.
familiar
There were familiar faces in the audience. *
February
February is the second month of the year. *
financial
If you don't look after your money, you may have financial troubles. *
foreign
We love foreign travel.
formerly
Sri Lanka was formerly known as Ceylon. *
forty
I estimate we'll land in forty minutes.

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