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espicious

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: especially suspicious
    Example Sentence: The man in the trench coat was espicious.
    Submitted by: Caroline from USA on 01/29/2014 02:00

espotagious

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: being awesome and contagious
    Example Sentence: His smile is espotagious!
    Submitted by: Kelsey M. from California on 12/16/2007 01:16

esquatulate

  1. Function: verb
    Definition: to sit
    Word History: originated by Maryella S. and her grandson
    Example Sentence: My brother was told to esquatulate.
    Submitted by: Colby S. from LA on 09/14/2007 11:11

esrever

  1. Function: adverb
    Definition: done in an opposite direction
    Word History: reverse (spelled backwards)
    Example Sentence: She did the math problem in esrever.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from MO, USA on 01/26/2011 02:01

essamatcide

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a female heartbreaker
    Word History: "ess" means female, "amat" means love, and "cide" means kill
    Example Sentence: The essamatcide was walking down the street.
    Submitted by: Shanelle from NY, USA on 09/21/2007 09:42

essh

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: not good
    Example Sentence: The table is essh.
    Submitted by: Anonymous on 10/24/2014 08:42

essluc

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: A woman with a bright and shiny personality.
    Word History: "Ess" means woman and "luc' means light.
    Example Sentence: I am an essluc.
    Submitted by: Angelika And May from NY, USA on 09/21/2007 09:49

estatical

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: understanding suddenly
    Word History: I just thought of it.
    Example Sentence: The math teacher was estatical about a new kind of math to teach.
    Submitted by: Ladylopes from Texas on 09/19/2007 04:46

estimable

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: capable of being estimated
    Word History: comes from estimate + -able
    Example Sentence: The number of jelly beans in all of America is estimable.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from NJ, USA on 10/18/2007 05:41

estudo

  1. Function: verb
    Definition: to study or work
    Word History: It comes from the similar Spanish word "estudiar" which also means to study.
    Example Sentence: I am going to estudo for my science quiz.
    Submitted by: Lacey from CT on 09/19/2007 05:44