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exert
(to put (oneself)) into action or to tiring effort;
exile
to banish or expel
exodus
a mass departure, emigration
exonerate
exculpate; to clear from accusation or blame
exotic
introduced from another country
expatriate
to leave one's native country to live elsewhere
expedient
makeshift
expertise
the skill of an expert
explicit
specific
exploit
utilize
expound
explain; clarify
expulsion
the act of expelling
exterminate
to get rid of completely, usually by killing of
extinct
no longer exist; no longer active
extracurricular
not falling within the scope of a regular curriculum
extraneous
having to relevance; extrinsic
extrapolation
inference
faction
a party or group
fallow
plowed but left unseeded during a growing season
fatality
death resulting from a disaster
fecundity
prolific; fertility, productiveness
ferrous
containing iron
fervent
passionate, zealous
fertilized
being made fertile
fetal
fetus
feudal
relating to a system in which people (called "vassals") were given protection and the use of land, in return for loyalty, payments, and services to a lord
fickle
unstable, unreliable
filament
thin wire in a light bulb that glows when electricity passed through; fiber
filibuster
obstruct deliberately by delaying
fivefold
being five times as great or as many
fixture
a object firmly fixed in place (especially in a household)
fjord
bay, gulf
flavor
the blend of taste and smell sensations
fledgling
inexperienced, new
flippant
impolite; rude; casually disrespectful