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Pre-departure Meetup for Winter 2019 students, Bangalore

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ebullience

Very energetic, positive, and happy

He wasn't his usual ebullient self.

effects

The result of a particular influence

The radiation leak has had a disastrous effect on/upon the environment.

effectual

effective and successful

They wish to promote a real and effectual understanding between the two countries.

effrontery

Extreme rudeness without any ability to understand that your behaviour is not acceptable to other people

egress

The act or way of leaving a place:

The main egress from the restaurant had been blocked off.

elucidate

to explain something or make something clear

I don't understand. You'll have to elucidate.

emaciated

Very thin and weak, usually because of illness or extreme hunger

There were pictures of emaciated children on the cover of the magazine.

embellish

To make something more beautiful or interesting by adding something to it

emigre

Someone who has had to leave their country permanently, usually for political reasons

emphatic

Done or said in a strong way and without any doubt

The minister has issued an emphatic rejection of the accusation.

encumber

To weigh someone or something down, or to make it difficult for someone to do something

enigma

Something that is mysterious and seems impossible to understand completely

ennui

a feeling of being bored and mentally tired caused by having nothing interesting or exciting to do

ensue

To happen after something else, especially as a result of it

The police officer said that he had placed the man under arrest and that a scuffle had ensued.

envoy

Someone who is sent as a representative from one government or organization to another

equanimity

A calm mental state, especially after a shock or disappointment or in a difficult situation

equity

The money value of a property or business after debts have been subtracted

How much equity do you have in your home

erudite

Full of anger, arguments, and bad feeling

Their marriage ended eight years ago in an acrimonious divorce.

erudition

Having or containing a lot of knowledge that is known by very few people

eschew

To avoid something intentionally, or to give something up

espouse

To become involved with or support an activity or opinion

Vegetarianism is one cause she does not espouse.

evince

To make something obvious or show something clearly

They have never evinced any readiness or ability to negotiate.

exacerbate

To make something that is already bad even worse

This attack will exacerbate the already tense relations between the two communities.

exculpate

To remove blame from someone

The pilot of the aircraft will surely be exculpated when all the facts are known.

exodus

The movement of a lot of people from a place

There has been a mass exodus of workers from the villages to the towns.

exonerate

To show or state that someone or something is not guilty of something

The report exonerated the crew from all responsibility for the collision.

expiate

To show that you are sorry for bad behaviour by doing something or accepting punishment

to expiate a crime/sin

exploit

To use something in a way that helps you

We need to make sure that we exploit our resources as fully as possible.

extant

Used to refer to something very old that is still existing

We have some extant parish records from the 16th century.

extricate

to remove something or set something free with difficulty

It took hours to extricate the car from the sand.

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