Part 1.

enervate
weaken mentally or morally
engage
consume all of one's attention or time
enigma
something that baffles understanding and cannot be explained
enjoin
give instructions to or direct somebody to do something
enrapture
hold spellbound
ensconce
fix firmly

 

Part 2.

ensue
take place or happen afterward or as a result
entertain
provide amusement for
entomology
the branch of zoology that studies insects
entreat
ask for or request earnestly
equable
not varying
erode
become ground down or deteriorate

 

Part 3.

errant
straying from the right course or from accepted standards
erstwhile
belonging to some prior time
eschew
avoid and stay away from deliberately
espouse
choose and follow a theory, idea, policy, etc.
establish
set up or found
esteem
the condition of being honored

 

Part 4.

estrange
arouse hostility or indifference in
eugenic
causing improvement in the offspring produced
euphony
any pleasing and harmonious sounds
evanescent
tending to vanish like vapor
evident
clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment
exalt
praise, glorify, or honor

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2020-04-17