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“In this lesson, you will learn about English words that are only five letters long and starting with the letter ‘E.'” We will look at and practice these words to help you expand your vocabulary. By the end of this lesson, you should be able to recognize and use these words in ordinary discussions and writing.”
- 5 Letter Words Starting with “A”
- 5 Letter Words Begin with “B”
- 5 Letter Words That Start with “C”
- 5 Letter Words Starting with “D”
A Huge List of 5 Letter Words Starting with E
5 Letter Words Starting with E with Examples
Esher: Esher is a proper noun, which is the name of a town in Surrey, England.
- “I visited Esher, a picturesque town in Surrey, during my vacation.”
Essay: An essay is a piece of writing that presents the author’s argument or perspective on a particular topic.
- “She wrote an insightful essay on the impact of climate change on local ecosystems.”
- “The teacher assigned a 500-word essay as homework.”
Essen: Essen is a city in Germany.
- “I traveled to Essen to attend a business conference.”
Essex: Essex is a county in England.
- “Essex is known for its scenic countryside and historic villages.”
Ether: Ether can refer to a class of organic compounds or a region of space beyond the Earth’s atmosphere.
- “Doctors use ether as an anesthetic during surgical procedures.”
- “Astronomers study celestial objects in the ether of the cosmos.”
Evoke: To evoke means to bring a memory, feeling, or image to the mind.
- “The old photograph of the beach vacation evoked fond memories of my childhood.”
- “The artist’s painting evokes a sense of serenity and peace.”
Exact: Exact means to demand and obtain something with precision or accuracy.
- “The manager wanted to exact the correct data from the report.”
- “He exacted a promise from his friend to meet for lunch.”
Exalt: To exalt means to praise or glorify someone or something highly.
- “The poet’s verses exalt the beauty of nature.”
- “The nation exalted the hero for his bravery in the face of danger.”
Excel: Excel means to surpass or be exceptionally good at something.
- “She excels in mathematics and consistently gets the highest grades.”
- “The company’s products excel in quality compared to its competitors.”
Exist: Exist means to have a real being or to be present in reality.
- “The existence of extraterrestrial life is a topic of scientific exploration.”
- “I exist in this world as an individual with dreams and aspirations.”
Expel: To expel means to force someone or something to leave a place or group.
- “The school may expel students who engage in serious misconduct.”
- “The volcano erupted, expelling ash and smoke into the air.”
Extra: Extra refers to something additional or beyond what is necessary.
- “She ordered extra cheese on her pizza for added flavor.”
- “He has an extra ticket to the concert if you’d like to join.”
Every: Every means each and all members of a group without exception.
- “Every student in the class passed the final exam.”
- “She checked every room in the house to find her lost keys.”
Event: An event is a significant occurrence or happening, often scheduled or planned.
- “The wedding was a beautiful and memorable event.”
- “The conference is a two-day event featuring various guest speakers.”
Evens: Evens refers to numbers that are divisible by 2.
- “She bet on the horse with even odds to win the race.”
- “The task was divided evenly among the team members.”
Evade: To evade means to avoid or escape from something, typically a problem, question, or responsibility.
- “He tried to evade the police but was eventually caught.”
- “She always finds a way to evade answering difficult questions.”
Ethos: Ethos refers to the characteristic spirit or beliefs of a community, culture, or group.
- “The company’s ethos values sustainability and environmental responsibility.”
- “The school promotes an ethos of inclusivity and diversity.”
Etnas: Etnas is not a standard English word, and it may be a misspelling or a proper noun.
Ethyl: Ethyl is a chemical compound or a group derived from ethane.
- “Ethyl alcohol, also known as ethanol, is commonly found in alcoholic beverages.”
- “The chemical reaction involved the substitution of a hydrogen atom with an ethyl group.”
Etude: An etude is a short musical composition designed to practice a specific skill or technique.
- “The pianist performed a beautiful etude to demonstrate her finger dexterity.”
- “Students often practice etudes to improve their technical proficiency on their instruments.”
Euler: Euler is a proper noun, referring to the name of a famous Swiss mathematician and physicist, Leonhard Euler.
- “Euler’s contributions to mathematics are highly regarded, particularly his work on number theory and graph theory.”
Euros: Euros is the plural form of the Euro, which is the currency used in many European countries.
- “I need to exchange my dollars for euros before my trip to Europe.”
- “The price of the item is 50 euros.”
Eupad: Eupad is not a standard English word, and it may be a typographical error or a specialized term.
Evenk: Evenk refers to a Siberian indigenous people of Russia or their language.
- “The Evenk people have a rich cultural heritage and a deep connection to the Siberian wilderness.”
- “The linguist studied the Evenk language to document its unique features.”
Eurus: Eurus is not a standard English word, and it may be a misspelling or a proper noun.